Building Plant Relationships for Ethical foraging

LEARNING ETHICAL FORAGING                                              Explore what it means to be part of nature. Humans have evolved over time, through our relationship with the land. All peoples developed ethical foraging practices, whether based on tribal population, insect and plant dynamics or other factors.

Learn to create  your own plant blessing, ask permission from a plant to harvest from that community. Discover what a strong plant population looks like.

Dates: Sunday, May 15th Time: 10:00 to 1:30
Saturday, May 28th Time: 9:30 pm to 12:00
Friday June 3rd  Time: 10:00 to 1:30
Friday June 17th Time: 1:00 to 4:00

Meeting Locations:  Rancher's Corner on highway 22 near Millarville market, the Sibbald turn off on the TransCanada and highway 66, or in the Hamlet of Bragg Creek.

Price per person: $110

Includes:  Foraging tools, take home container, wilderness first aid trained guide, and 3 recipes.

(Small group experience only) 4 to 10 people

*Details will be e-mailed upon registration*

 

Details Price Qty
Saturday, May 28th - Adultshow details + $110.00 (CAD)  
Friday June 3rd - Adultshow details + $110.00 (CAD)  
Friday June 17th - Adultshow details + $110.00 (CAD)  

 

"In February 2019 I saw Julie Walker present at the 'Living in the Natural Environment' Event. Her presentation on 'The Wild Foods of the Forest Floor' was incredibly informative yet approachable. Her passion for wild edible plants is evident and I thoroughly enjoyed her presentation. I was inspired to plant my very own native food garden, which is progressing nicely!"

Holly Kinas

Conservation Analyst, Miistakis Institute

"Thank you for the excellent course. It was a great way to learn more about the mountain habitat.”

Jacqueline Louie

the Alpine Club of Canada

“Thanks, I really enjoyed my hike with full circle adventures.  I think your guiding style is cool, a little of this and that and even a song, a poem and impressions of wildlife!"

Eva

“Hiking with Julie has awakened my senses, she has taught me to listen to Wildlife, hear running water, and learn about the birds around us. That heightened awareness brings so much pleasure to hiking on the trail.”

“Powderface Ridge was a magical day!”

Andree Iffrig

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