Introduction to the Wild Foods and Medicinal Plants of the Pacific NW

with Jesse Brownlee

nettles

Stinging Nettle

Sunday, March 26, 2017, 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Learn about locally available wild foods and medicinal plants with Jesse Brownlee of Half Wild, LLC. This is an entry level course that provides a broad overview of edible and medicinal plants ranging from familiar ‘weeds’ to important native plants to harder-to-find niche species.

This classroom-style course includes:
– Identification of species (including any poisonous look-a-likes)
– when and where to find them
– information on current and historical uses

Tuition:  $35
Online Registration, click here.

This course is the first in a series that will be held at TreeSong in the coming months and will provide a good foundation for understanding the intricacies of local edible/medicinal flora. Subsequent courses will focus on 4-6 species that are seasonally available and will include hands-on learning that covers field identification, gathering and processing of these plants.


jesse-headshotJesse Brownlee is the owner of Half Wild, LLC. Born and raised in rural Georgia, she now lives and works in the Columbia Gorge. She is a Ranger, Certified Interpretive Guide and Wilderness EMT who spends large amounts of time in lush forests of the Gorge hunting for the freshest local delicacies.

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