Edible Wild Plant Workshops

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Edible Wild Workshops

These edible wild plant workshops are various workshops that build on our connection to nature. Whether for coffee, tea, or soups, or nutrition and medicine, the wild weeds and native species have provided for us for centuries. It is we who have forgotten how to use them. Re-claim these skills and you can re-wild your garden by bring nature, back to the kitchen! Let nature be our teacher once again.

The Dandelion - Coffee, tea, and food treats are just a few of the many uses of Dandelions. This workshop will focus on the coffee; however, we will make a few treats as well for everyone to sample! You'll be surprised as to the tasty ways you can cook dandelion!

Location change due to snow.

May 5, 2018 in the Priddis area

Price $120 per person

*Details will be e-mailed upon registration


Wild Human Nature

A collaboration between Julie Walker and Latifa Pelletier-Ahmed, this workshop explores what it means to be part of nature. Humans have an important role to play in the ecosystem, which starts with awareness. Practice being aware and build a connection with local plants. Learn how to honour and use wild plants with gratitude and respect. Together we will harvest some healthy, abundant plants to nourish our bodies as food and medicine.

June 3 2018

Price per person $100

*Details will be e-mailed upon registration

Price Qty*
Adult show details + $100.00 (CAD)  

Private Nutrition outing –This outing focuses on the natural history of both the native and introduced species of edible plants to our area. Julie Walker shares the natural history, while our guest, Latifa Pelletier-Ahmed (MSC Herbal Medicine, BSc Botany) will cover the nutritional content of the plants.      Guests include: Students of  the nutrition school and invited nutritionists.

June 9th, 2018  -  The Millarville area.

Price per person $100

*Details will be e-mailed upon registration

Price Qty*
Adult show details + $100.00 (CAD)  

Nettle forage – Soup, cordage and tea are just a few of the many uses of the Nettle plant. Harvesting techniques, recipe ideas and a supply of Nettles to take home, is all part of this day.  Learn the intimate details of plant identification and how to recognize many other edible plants for sustainable harvesting on this outing.

June 17, 2018

Price per person $100

*Details will be e-mailed upon registration

Price Qty*
Adult show details + $100.00 (CAD)  

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