The Outdoor Herbcraft: Field Skills Program

$1,250.00

Intermediate studies: Join the Wildflower School for a wonderful time this spring exploring the Medicinal Plants of Texas. This series of classes, held mostly outdoors is open for those with basic herbal knowledge that want to go deeper into studying medicinal plants in the wild and in gardens. We have been offering it since 2003! 2019 Dates: 3/30 3/31 4/6 4/7 4/20 4/27 4/28 5/4 5/5 5/18 plus 4 additional rotating plant walks
We will cover:
Plant identification and botanical nomenclature
Plant patterns and families of Central Texas
Bioregional Texas medicinal plants
Gardening and creating your own apothecary gardens in Texas
Hikes into wild areas of Central Texas
Fresh plant Medicine Making, and much more
Your teachers include Nicole Telkes, Director of the Wildflower School and Author of the Medicinal Plants of Texas, and Jenny Perez, Education Director and Permaculture Expert.
Apply through the link to be considered, limited space and a basic knowledge of herbalism necessary. 9 class dates outlined here
$995 until April 1, $1250 after

Description

Please Check the section that work best for you. Classes are held at the American Botanical Council in Central East Austin
Please make sure to note that parts of the programs are extremely non-conventional in terms of setting. Outdoor sections may include 1mile or more walking on trails in heated conditions, and not being able to see or hear the teacher easily at times. Please let us know if you have any reasons that you may not be able to hike or able to participate in non-traditional learning settings. We want to make sure we are a good fit for your needs.
We have a limited amount of room rentals available at Big Moon. They consist of 2 rooms in the main house that is used for classes every month, and a private 1 bedroom apartment.
Intermediate studies: Join the Wildflower School for a wonderful time this spring exploring the Medicinal Plants of Texas. This series of classes, held mostly outdoors is open for those with basic herbal knowledge that want to go deeper into studying medicinal plants in the wild and in gardens. We have been offering it since 2003!
We will cover:
Plant identification and botanical nomenclature
Plant patterns and families of Central Texas
Bioregional Texas medicinal plants
Gardening and creating your own apothecary gardens in Texas
Hikes into wild areas of Central Texas
Fresh plant Medicine Making, and much more
Your teachers include Nicole Telkes, Director of the Wildflower School and Author of the Medicinal Plants of Texas, and Jenny Perez, Education Director and Permaculture Expert.
Apply through the link to be considered, limited space and a basic knowledge of herbalism necessary.
all day classes and 2 optional campouts

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