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The Wild Epicure: Edibles from the Trail, Field and Woods

This class will guide students  to identify at least 12 wild edibles, their nutritional value and various methods of preparation – potherbs, field snacks, salad additions, teas, vinegars, drinks. Students will also prepare a salad, dressing, salsa, soup and tea from wild edibles. Enjoy! Recipes provided. 

Children ages 8-18 can receive a 50% discount when registering with an adult. Course Fees: Non-Members $50, Members: $45.

Register at  https://www.homerfolkschool.org/classes-1/#!event-list

Nancy Lee-Evans, MA, PhD has infused 25 years of healing and traditional Celtic knowledge into her work with Alaska plants as food and medicine. After 20 years of personal herbal study, she apprenticed with master Alaskan herbalist Janice Schofield in 1996 and has co-taught edible and medicinal plant retreats with Janice since 2002. Now teaching widely, Nancy understands that our plant work is the pathway to food and medicine security and to living in harmonious interdependent relationship with nature. She has presented numerous times at Bioneers - Anchorage and at the Alaska Plants as Food and Medicine Symposium sponsored by the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium. As director of AnamCara, a program of spiritual development and healing grounded in Celtic tradition, Nancy has attended numerous professional herbal seminars to enhance her healing practice. Nancy has a master's degree in psychology and traditional knowledge and a PhD from Wisdom University in Indigenous Irish Celtic Tradition. She lives, teaches, and works in Homer, AK.

 

Earlier Event: September 23
Dancing with the Great Mystery - Chakra 7
Later Event: July 14
Alaska Plant Medicine