Intro to Plant Medicine Program Details

Thank you for registering for Intro to Plant Medicine with Wilderness Awareness School in Duvall, Washington. We are excited to meet you at Linne Doran, Wilderness Awareness School’s 40-acre campus.

This page contains information that you will need to prepare for this program. Please read it carefully. 

If you have any questions regarding your registration, please contact Wilderness Awareness School at (425) 788-1301 or [email protected]; our office hours are 8:00-4:00, Monday through Friday. 

If you have any questions about registration, refunds, or transfers, please visit our Cancellation and Transfer Policy. Please see our Covid Guidelines for our most up to date health precautions.

We are looking forward to a fabulous course together!  

Sincerely,
Jared Archbold
Adult Program Manager

Lindsay Huettman
Lead Instructor

Rachael Witt
Instructor

Intro to Plant Medicine

When:
Saturday Oct 22nd; 9am-5pm
Sunday Oct 23rd; 9am-5pm 

Please arrive by 8:45am and be prepared to start at 9am.

Where: Linne Doran is located about fifteen minutes outside of Duvall in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. You can find a map and driving directions here.

What to Expect: 

We will be spending significant time outside regardless of the weather. We encourage you to be prepared for all types of weather and bring several layers so that you can be comfortable throughout the class.

During this weekend we introduce you to the basics of plant medicine with hands-on identification, ethical harvesting, plant processing, and medicine making. We balance theory with practice; this helps you create a multifaceted relationship with plants to support your specific health needs on many levels. You will make several medicines: tinctures, oils, infusions, and more!

As this program is about connecting with nature, we will ask people to turn off their devices and only use for emergencies.

Health Precautions
We ask all participants to stay home if they have signs or symptoms of Covid-19. Please see the following Dept. of Health Guidelines for an updated list of symptoms. All students are asked to quarantine or isolate if they have symptoms or a Covid exposure per the most up to date state and county guidelines. Please note that masks may be required OR may be optional. We will send an update about current health and safety requirements 2 weeks before the start date.

Facilities
Our Linne Doran campus includes Cedar Lodge, our indoor classroom and meeting space, as well as several outdoor classrooms including a large yurt and our outdoor classroom. There are porta-potties on the property. Linne Doran has limited cell reception and no internet access. 

Participants are welcome to camp on our property on Saturday evening. Accommodations are rustic: there are simple campsites, potable water, and firewood provided.

If you would like more modern accommodations, there are some Airbnb/VRBO type accommodations nearby, as well as a Tolt McDonald Park (20 minutes away) for large RV set-ups. We do not have space for RV’s or for campers that are larger than a standard pickup truck.

Food
Food is not provided for this course. Please bring a lunch and snack food for each day. Instruction will end by 5pm on Saturday (or earlier depending on the class). If you choose to camp at Linne Doran overnight, you may cook dinner/breakfast on the property. Please bring your own stove and cooking vessels, as well as a cooler if needed. There are also great restaurants in town; your instructors can give you their recommendations. No meals are provided with this program. Please bring a sack lunch and snacks. We do not have any way for you to refrigerate or heat your food, so please plan accordingly.

How to Get Here: Driving directions can be found here, or click here to find Linne Doran on Google Maps.

Our Campus address:
20410 320th Ave NE
Duvall, WA 98019

GEAR PACKING LIST

Please bring the following items. This list is designed with your comfort and safety in mind and takes into account the variable weather possibilities during summer in Western Washington. 

  • 2 face masks
  • 1-Liter water bottle
  • Notebook and pen/pencil
  • 2-4″ Fixed blade, non-serrated knife
  • Pruners or Scissors
  • Harvesting bag or basket (paper or plastic bags work fine too)
  • Mug for Tea/Coffee
  • Clothing that can be worn outside, get dirty, etc. appropriate to the weather.
  • Appropriate footwear (closed-toe preferred)
  • Lunch and snacks

Optional Gear for Those Camping Overnight

  • Tent with rain fly and ground tarp
  • Sleeping bag and pad (with temperature rating appropriate for season)
  • Toiletries and personal medication
  • Flashlight
  • Food
  • Camp stove
  • Cooler
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