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SongCroft Wild Edible Plants

Foraging is fun and opens a whole world of possibilities. Join us for a slide presentation and plant walk on our farm. You will learn to identify common plants in our region and receive handouts & resources for later use.

Purchase tickets in advance at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/324359.

Marilene has been foraging wild plants for more than three decades and teaching sustainable living skills for over a decade with such organizations as Mother Earth News and Washington State University Extensions.  Marilene is an herbalist and has studied with such sought after instructors as KP Khalsa, on staff at Bastyr University.  She is also the founder of SongCroft School.

 

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