A program brought to you by a partnership between One World Adventure, Seven Pines Survival and DeSoto State Park.
Wildcrafting is a term for the age-old practice of collecting plant materials in their natural habitat for food, medicine, and craft. These classes are for anyone to build wildcrafting skills and deepen your connection with the natural world. It's also a great program for home-school groups that will help students develop their observation skills, critical thinking and natural intelligence.
Led by naturalist Robert Wilson, you will learn Wildcrafting from ethical harvesting to creating nature's medicine cabinet. Most of all, you will be participating hands-on in nature, making it a meaningful and memorable activity. What to bring: Water bottle, notebook and pencil, camera (optional)
Date: August 9, 2017 (other dates to choose from: August 16th, 23rd, 30th)
Where: DeSoto State Park-Fort Payne, Alabama
Fee: $12 per person - 1 hour class. Pre-registration is required-limited to 10 participants. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-register. For questions, contact Robert at email@example.com