BLOSSOMS, GREENS AND JUNIPER SMOKE: IDENTIFYING AND COOKING WITH
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Explore the delicious, fragrant and storied California landscape by learning to identify edible, utilitarian and poisonous species. Students will become acquainted with much of the local flora of Burges canyon and begin to develop real relationships to the world of plants. In this two day class we will dive into cuisine, culture, history, natural living skills, and stewardship. Classes include meals featuring traditional recipes that integrate wild foods.
This year we are thrilled to welcome co-instructor Lindsay Dailey of The Oak Granary to share her knowledge and passion of wild tending!
- Course Fee: $250
- Early Bird: $50 discount (Discount Code: WILDBIRD3 – Expires: Feb. 29th, 2016)
- Group & Family Discount: Use the email form below to inquire about group & family discounts
- Course fee includes instruction, catered meals and camping accommodations
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