Foraging For Flavours: A Wild Edible & Medicinal Plant Walk – August 19

Foraging For Flavours: A Wild Edible & Medicinal Plant Walk

with Denis Manzer

Saturday August 19, 2017

9:00am – 3:00pm

$65

 

A field-day of foraging for flavours in the forest!

Join wild-food and herbal enthusiast Denis Manzer for a guided exploration of the edible and medicinal native wild plants that grow abundantly in the foothills forests near Calgary.

You will be initiated into:

+The identification of the plant species that provide delicious edible & medicinal flavours
+Sustainable harvesting techniques to guarantee the survival of the plant species
+ In-Depth information related to the healing properties of these powerful plants

We will be gathering quantities of the plants that we find during the day for the class that will be held on Sunday @ The Light Cellar:  Foraged Flavours: Wild & Edible Medicinal Plants Preparation Techniques

Logistics:

Meet @ The Light Cellar at 9 A.M.  sharp where we will be organizing car-pools to take everyone out into the crown-land public forests in Kananaskis. We will aim to be back by 3pm.

Bring:
+Lunch & Snacks
+ Water
+Basket For Gathering Plants
+ Appropriate Clothing
+ Notebooks
+Camera
+ Your Appetite For Knowledge!

Please note: There is an optional companion class to this day. We recommend that for best deal and optimal learning to not only find but also preparing the plants you harvest consider joining Denis for both classes for only $97. You save $33, making each full day experience less than $49 a class to enrich yourself with knowledge and skills that will last a lifetime.


 

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