Wild Plants for Food and Medicine – May 28th

Take a walk on the wild side with Danette Steele – the herbalist. Learn to identify common local wild plants for food that are nutritious and delicious. The healing properties of local wild plants will also be discussed and Danette will share sustainable and safe practices for gathering and making remedies. Tasting included.
COST: PWYC

Date: Thursday, May 28th

Time: 6pm to 8pm

Meet at: Good Food Market, Queen and Saulter

To register email:  rfwginfo@gmail.com or call: Wanda 416-461-3577 x226

About Danette Steele – the herbalist + city farmer

Danette has more than 20 years of experience as a herbal practitioner and community educator. Danette loves to share healing plant wisdom along with yummy recipes, garden design ideas and growing tips. Her teaching spaces are engaging, fun and practical. Danette is committed to facilitating joyous and rigorous learning experiences – through workshops, consultations, wild weed walks, herbal classes, mindfulness meditations and cooperatively-designed eco urban gardens. For more info check out www.danette-steele.com

 

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