Sat, Feb 05 | Albany

Medicinal and Edible Plant Walk

Learn the wild plants and medicinal foods our local ecosystems in the Bay Area, and if appropriate we will sample some wild greens or forage in a conscious, sustainable, and regenerative way.
Medicinal and Edible Plant Walk

Time & Location

Feb 05, 11:00 AM
Albany, Albany, CA, USA

About the event

This is a great class for anyone who wants to learn about the most  common, local wild foods, medicinal plants, and edible flowers. Each class lasts about 2-3 hours and is suitable for novice and veteran foragers alike. We want to inspire and inform you to engage and eat from your local landscapes in an ethical and conscious way. We can tend each plant within the ecosystem to optimize biodiversity.  

We will be covering plant identification strategies, plant family characteristics, legal-ethical harvesting, processing, and preparation methods, edible and medicinal uses, plant toxicity, habitat and distribution, plant conservation and at-risk status. You will take your plant awareness and appreciation to a whole new level.   

About your instructor:  

Tanya learned to make preserves, fruit leather and wine growing up on a small family farm in Eastern Oregon.  She has been teaching gardening and nutrition classes for the last 19 years in the SF Bay Area. She has been an herbalist for over 25 years teaching herbal classes, botany, and seaweed wild tending trips to adults and teens through local herbal schools. She just renewed her Wilderness First Responder (Foster Calm, 2022) certification, and is an Integrative Health Coach, Nutrition Consultant, Permaculture Designer, and Clinical Herbalist.  Tanya lives in an Intentional Community house in West Berkeley, where she's called home for the last 14 years.

Please register, RSVP, or buy a ticket today to make sure to save a spot.

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