PT Food Co-op

The Food Co-op, 414 Kearney Street, Port Townsend, 98368
Port Townsend
Phone: (360) 385-2883

Calendar

Jul
28
Sat
Summer Wild Edible + Medicinal Plants Walk & Class @ The Food Co-op
Jul 28 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

 

This exciting class will take you outside to identify and learn about common wild edible and medicinal plants in our environment.
Join our returning wild edible and medicinal plants instructor Nancy Slick and discover the exciting plants that surround you and how to use them in your own home! This class includes a wild walkabout where you will have an opportunity to see and touch edible and medicinal plants in the wild. Learn descriptions of various plants, how they grow and their common uses in this fascinating and useful class.

*CLASS WILL MEET PROMPTLY IN THE COURTYARD @ 11am.

Don’t miss this truly wild adventure!

About the instructor

Nancy Slick is an estate planning attorney and wild edible and medicinal plants teacher in the Sequim area. She has been a consultant for the National Geographic television network and has taught plant classes in King, Pierce, Jefferson, Clallam and Kitsap counties, including for Peninsula College, the Kitsap County Park Department and the Kitsap County fifth graders environmental education program.




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Sep
22
Sat
Fall Wild Edible + Medicinal Plants Walk & Class @ The Food Co-op
Sep 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

 

This exciting class will take you outside to identify and learn about common wild edible and medicinal plants in our environment.
Join our returning wild edible and medicinal plants instructor Nancy Slick and discover the exciting plants that surround you and how to use them in your own home! This class includes a wild walkabout where you will have an opportunity to see and touch edible and medicinal plants in the wild. Learn descriptions of various plants, how they grow and their common uses in this fascinating and useful class.

*CLASS WILL MEET PROMPTLY IN THE COURTYARD @ 11am.

Don’t miss this truly wild adventure!

About the instructor

Nancy Slick is an estate planning attorney and wild edible and medicinal plants teacher in the Sequim area. She has been a consultant for the National Geographic television network and has taught plant classes in King, Pierce, Jefferson, Clallam and Kitsap counties, including for Peninsula College, the Kitsap County Park Department and the Kitsap County fifth graders environmental education program.




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