• Ethnobotany Series

This series consists of four stand alone sessions that introduce students to the related subjects of ethnobotany, native food plant cultivation, the ethical forager, and basic seed saving. Sessions consist of class time and field trips.

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Ethnobotany 101

This course will provide students with an introduction to ethnobotany, which is the study of the relationship between humans and plants.
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The Ethical Forager

This course goes beyond conventional foraging practice to introduce the concepts of gratitude, stewardship and reciprocity.
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Native Plant Food Cultivation in the Home Garden

The lecture portion of this course will be followed by hands-on field time where students will learn how to prune, fertilize, propagate and otherwise care for these plants.
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Introduction to Seed Saving

In this course students will be introduced to key concepts in seed saving, with the goal of supporting them in growing and successfully harvesting their own garden seed.
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