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Wild Edible & Medicinal Plants Courses

Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants Courses - Photo by DeAnna DaileyI never realized how truly simple it can be to introduce healing herbs into my life in an every day way. -Kat K.

What are all of those wild green plants growing around you? Did you know that many of them can provide you with nutrition or healing medicines? Plant identification and safety are only the beginning. You will develop a relationship with plants as you make tinctures and salves and entire wild edible plant meals with these green friends.

Wild Edible Plant Class Schedule

 

Other course offerings, dates to be determined

Intro to Wild Edibles

Spring Wild Edibles

Wild Plant First Aid Kit

Home Study

Kamana Home Study Course

The Kamana Naturalist Training Program is a comprehensive independent study course that covers the naturalist background needed to engage in the wilderness arts, including tracking, bird language, survival and primitive living skills, traditional herbalism, and naturalist mentoring.

Ages Adult Kamana One starts at $85, Learn at your own pace

More details & online registration

Monthly

Monthly Nature Talks at REI

Many of the region’s finest naturalists share their wisdom at REI in downtown Seattle. Plant related topics appear often in this series.

Ages Adult Free, Wilderness Awareness School is featured periodically

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Wilderness Awareness School offers classes that will introduce you to the most common and useful wild plants of the Pacific Northwest, as well as in-depth courses that will teach you how to delve deeper into the plants of your area.

Here are just a few of the topics you can learn: Taxonomy and identification of plants; researching native use of plants in crafts and as food and medicine; prediction of plant species location based on knowledge of ecology; interplay of extremes and bird’s eye viewing of land features; conservation ecology; the history of the land and the native people’s staple resources.

Some articles of interest from our NatureSkills.com site: