Immerse yourself in the green kingdom
Date(s): Jun 22, 2019 to Jun 28, 2019
Teacher(s): Tim Corcoran, Elliot Drake-Maurer
This class creates fertile ground for a deep relationship with the land by exploring food and medicine in this very special place at the base of Mount Shasta.
Students will find themselves gathering and foraging not only across our beloved forests and meadows but through time as we glean knowledge from cooking and healing traditions. We will also learn how to use what is known in botanical jargon, as an identification key which lays the foundation for efficient plant identifying skills and allows us to delve into basic botany and taxonomy.
Each day we will combine instruction and guidance in medicine making, cooking with wild foods, being a respectful steward, philosophy, poetry, culture and more.
Personal experience, hands on learning and practical applications are the core of this class; the creeks, meadows, woods and mountains surrounding Headwaters Outdoor School offer an unparalleled outdoor classroom for exploring and learning about plant medicine.