Alexis Burnett of Earth Tracks Outdoor School will guide us on a morning hike in the forest as we learn about the abundant beneficial plants (both native and non-native) that grow among us. We will learn techniques for plant identification, ethical harvesting frameworks and more.
In the afternoon, you will have the opportunity with Alexis' instruction to forage and make your own take-home plant-based creation. The plants we will be using are dependent on what is 'in season'.
What You'll Learn:
🌱 Knowledge of local wild edible plants and ethical harvesting practices
🌱 A sense of joy, kinship and connection with the land and participants
🌱 Ease and renewal from spending time in nature and community
🌱 Take-away creations to support your well-being
This event is by registration only and includes a catered lunch featuring wild edible plants and local flavours.
Staying at Sarana Springs:
Plan to come up for just the day or make a weekend out of it! There are many great local B&Bs, or camp overnight at Sarana Springs and experience the chorus of spring peepers in action.
This opportunity is made possible by donations made directly to our Yana Fund. Want to support our work of bringing Mindfulness, Compassion and Nature Connection skills to young adults? Donate Here