05.07.17 // Identify, Process, & Preserve our Local Herbs with Scotty Karas // 6-8pm, $20

What plants are growing in your backyard that you can eat or make medicines out of? How about in the local forest? What are the health benefits of these food and medicine plants? How can they nourish our bodies and heal our diseases? How can we preserve these plants to have medicine and nutrient dense food all year long? What does it look like to honorably harvest in a way that sustains the populations of these plants for many generations to come? These questions and more will be answered in this interactive class.

$20 per person

Scotty is a Permaculture landscaper and youth nature connection mentor by trade. Scotty began studying permaculture, herbalism, wild foods, and primitive skills in 2008 and never looked back. He formally studied Permaculture with the Living Routes Program in Massachusetts in 2009 and Herbal Medicine locally at the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine in 2011 and continues to learn everyday. Each year he seeks to broaden his horizons and biodiversify his diet by growing and wildcrafting new foods and herbs and learning to identify and use different local plants. By connecting to the source of his food and medicine and getting to know the local flora and fauna, Scotty finds a great and satisfying connection to the Earth.




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