Monday, October 12, 2020 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm on a trail in Charlotte
Come and check out some of the most undervalued and least understood native and non native wild food and medicine that thrive in your local bio region and beyond. We’ll start with a walk and talk for about an hour or so, and continue with some tutorials on the indigenous culinary arts such as using acorn flour and making wild grape and cranberry juice, and crafting medicinal concoctions for a variety of ailments, including viruses. In honor of the First Nation people, spend Indigenous People’s Day learning how people can live a life sustained by and connected to the land.
Led by herbalist and wilderness awareness educator Elliot Cluba, of Herbs and Arrows. We’ll be outside, and we’ll wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines.
This program is brought to you by the Charlotte Public Library as part of this year’s Exploring Food In Your Backyard program, a joint effort by Rooted in Vermont and the Vermont Department of Libraries.
Follow this link to register, or contact the library for more information.
Hope to see you there!