Each monthly session will focus on at least five different wild plant species that are currently ready for harvest as the seasons progress and change. A combination of class lecture and field identification/collection will provide an in-depth look at the selected species, potential look-a-likes, and preparation for consumption. Students will also discuss laws and personal safety guidelines for wild-crafting food and medicine for personal use. At the end of each session, students will be expected to properly identify selected plants and potential look-a-likes and harvest responsibly and safely. Participants will also be provided recipes for each wild plant species to take home, and try first hand.
Students should dress appropriately and bring bug spray.
|Date||Course Code||Section Number||Price|
|March 17, 2018||SEF-7156-01||43165||$30|
|March 20 and 21, 2018||SEF-7156-02||43166||$30|
|April 17 and 18, 2018||SEF-7156-03||43167||$30|
|April 21, 2018||SEF-7156-04||43168||$30|
|May 15 and 16, 2018||SEF-7156-01||43169||$30|
|May 26, 2018||SEF-7156-02||43171||$30|
If you need further assistance, please contact Alice Hooker at ext. 2107.
RCC Campus - Bishopric Lifelong Learning Center, Room 103/108