with Pixie LaPlante
September 15, 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
Join Pixie for an intimate introduction to the local wild plants that are all around us. We will discover the food and medicines available to us throughout Spring and Summer in the Pacific NW. Pixie uses wild things in three main ways:
- Soups and decoctions
- Raw sauerkraut
- Sourdough bread
After our wild walks and sits we will bring our bounty back to TreeSong’s kitchen to create glorious foods and potions based on what plants are available at the time of each month’s class.
Wild plants aren’t just for us to survive, they are to help us thrive!
Online registration, click here.
We would like to make classes/programs accessible to all who are interested. In some cases, energy exchange is available to make class participation possible. If you have such a need, please don’t hesitate to ask! Call 360-837-88733, or email us at email@example.com
Pixie LaPlante has 60 years of experience following her passion for plants. She is a certified Master Gardener in both Delaware and Washington, a Master Food Educator, Herbalist, Toast Master, Fermentation Educator, Preservation Bee Keeping and Gardening Educator, and Wild Plant Expert.
Living in over 10 states with her engineer husband and two sons offered herb farms, health and herb stores, wild animal hospitals, Montessori teaching opportunities, teaching nutrition and herbs through hospital programs. She helped get the “first state herb” for the state of Delaware as President of Delaware Herb Growers Association.
You will never see your world the same after her down home way of putting you in touch with the magical world of plants.