We think of gardening, foraging and gleaning as traditional practices, now they are being rediscovered and redesigned. There are so many wild foods available and resources that can be metaphorically harvested over again. These times ask us to focus on working and skilling-up for survival. We ask you to witness the joy of caring for your core needs and the community. Join us as we creatively explore the bounty available to us through foraging, gleaning and gardening – while we reconsider lives of settlement and domesticity versus lives of movement and wildness…
o Hands on: Foraging, Gardening, Gleaning activities
o Take home material: Course notes with resource lists, and a plant!
o Length: 1-4 hours/1-day/weekend