Wild Food Traditions – Native Berries

06/04/2021 02:00 PM - 04:30 PM PT

Category

Wild Foods & Medicine

Location

online

Description

Wild Food Traditions – Native Berries

Friday June 4th, 2:00-4:30 online, $30/$50 per person sliding scale

Summer is berry picking season! Learn to identify, harvest, and prepare eight native berries. Teachers will receive a Native Berry Toolkit, which includes a handout, two lessons, Coast Salish stories, a Powerpoint, berry identification cards, bingo, recipes, and other activities. Presenters will share ways to adapt the materials for kindergarteners through adults. This is a great toolkit to incorporate into summer camps, outdoor education programs, and school garden programs. Taught by Elise Krohn and Mariana Harvey (Yakama).

We appreciate whatever you can contribute to the cost of this workshop, a portion of the proceeds will benefit GRuB programs.  We are offering sliding scale for this workshop, no one is turned away. 

This class will be taught on Zoom online conferencing – a free platform. Participants will need wifi internet and to download Zoom application on a computer or mobile device before class. You will receive information on how to login to class and Zoom link with your registration.

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