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From wild weeds to cultivated perennials, our botanical world provides us with abundance

of food most of us overlook. Come learn about wild edibles and how to prepare them into a

delicious meal. 

REGISTER HERE

 

When: Saturday May 18 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Where: WEI’s Amador Hill Farm and Orchard, 15715 River Road, North Branch MN

Instructor:  Angela Campbell from Flora and Stone

Registration Fee: $50

From wild weeds to cultivated perennials, our botanical world provides us with abundance

of food most of us overlook. Join Angela Campbell, a practicing herbalist, reiki & crystal healer

and professional gardener, for a day of wild food education. The day will be filled with learning

how to identify wild foods, harvesting and preparing them into a meal that we’ll share

together.

Course Objectives:

(1) to learn about wild edible plants

(2) to harvest wild edibles and make a meal out of them

Certification: 

This 3-credit class can be used by participants in a WEI Certificate in Herbalism and Environmental Health. You can also register for this class without participating in WEI’s Certificate Program.

Instructor Bio:

Angela Campbell is a healing-arts practitioner, educator and professional gardener. In her

healing-arts practice she uses many tools, including Traditional Western Herbalism, Flower

Essence Therapy, Reiki and Crystal Healing, to facilitate whole-body healing and wellness. She

has studied and worked primarily in the San Francisco Bay area and the Twin Cities. Some of

her teachers include: The California School of Herbal Studies, Lise Wolf, Matthew Wood, Krista

Mitchell, Tanya Boigenzahn, plus many more. You can find her at www.flora-and-stone.com.