PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT A PREPAREDNESS MEETING, BUT A CLASS HOSTED BY DEANE GREEN AND A GREAT WAY TO LEARN ABOUT FORAGING for wild edibles in FL.
MUST RSVP via email with Green Deane to attend class: http://www.eattheweeds.com/contact-me/
Foraging Class Schedule http://www.eattheweeds.com/classes/
Below is Deane's upcoming class schedule which is updated weekly. Please make reservations. Walk-in’s are accepted if the class is not full. To make your reservation send him an email by clicking HERE. Please include date(s) desired, number of people, and contact information. Class size is limited to assure personal attention. Cost is $30 per person over the age of 12, twelve and under no charge.
The class is usually around four hours long. For payment methods, see below. Classes are held hot or cold, rain or shine except for hurricanes. Times and day of week can differ with each location and time of year. Double check. Hiking and clothes requirements change with each class as do facilities. Again, double check. More details about each individual venue — such as where to meet — are listed below the Pay Now button.
Payment method: Cash on the day of class, $30 per person over 12. Or you can pay by credit card by clicking on the Pay Now button below. Or, if you have a Pal Pay account email me and ask for the appropriate email address. No checks please.
Florida State College, south campus, 11901 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, 32246. Meet at building “D” next to the administration parking lot. Until recently it was Florida Community College Jacksonville, south campus.) Campus police say we can park on in the east parking lot, towards the north side. Restrooms and water are available. Our route will take us about a mile around the outer rim of the campus which (unless they mow a lot) has a wide variety of wild edibles. Among the edibles are cattails, wild mint, rumex, false hawks beard, hollies, hornbeam, sonchus, various palms, two kinds of chickweed, smilax, several wild mustards, pines, oaks, perseas, wax myrtle, Spanish needles, plantains, dandelions, false dandelions, elm. Because of the distance this class has to have confirmed students ahead of time.