Wild Foods & Medicines: Edible Berries

07/12/2017 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM PT


Tend, Gather & Grow


2016 Elliott Ave NW
Olympia, WA 98502


Wild berries thrive in our woods, fields and back alleys. Lucky for us, these delicious foods are also powerful medicine. Herbalist Elise Krohn will share some of the rich cultural traditions and plant teachings surrounding berries including salal, huckleberry, blackberry, wild strawberry and black capped raspberry. We will prepare and sample berry tea, wild berry crisp, fruit leather, and a berry infused vinegar. Participants will bring home tea, vinegar and a handout with recipes.

Instructor: Elise Krohn, M.Ed.

Elise Krohn is an educator, author, herbalist, and native foods specialist in the Pacific Northwest. She is committed to cultivating healing relationships between people, plants, place and cultural traditions. During her 15 years of experience teaching in tribal communities, she has worked with elders and cultural specialists to create successful community gardens, food sovereignty resources, a program on healing addiction, and curricula on chronic disease prevention. Elise also has over 10 years of experience as a clinical herbalist, and has authored two books and numerous articles on this and related topics. Elise is currently an educator at GRuB, where she is developing a K-12 curriculum on Northwest plants called Tend, Gather and Grow. Her blog can be found at www.wildfoodsandmedicines.com.

$25 plus $5 supply fee 

Register online following the link above or register by phone (360) 753-5522

Refund Policy: Cancellations must be received 5 business days prior to the 1st day of class in order to receive a full refund.

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GRuB has an accessible parking spot in front of the building with a ramp to the front door. There is a single occupancy ADA bathroom on the ground floor. Most workshops are primarily spoken out loud with some paper handouts, and have a hands-on or experiential component.


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