Wild Plant Permaculture Practicum (Sat. - Sun.)

Sat Apr 1 to Sun Apr 2, 2017, London, ON

Wild Permaculture Plants Practicum
– Edible Wild Food Hands-on Experience

The Wild Plant Permaculture Practicum and A Wild Edible Feast plus a Lecture Presentation is a one or two-day workshop with hands-on instruction focusing on an integration of local wild edible, sprouts, microgreens and permaculture plants as part of the daily lifestyle. This workshop focus will be in both understanding wild edible plants and creating recipes for living deep with our ecology. Discover the art and practices that assist in the alignment of harmony between our internal landscape and our external environment. This workshop highlights and offers practical experience and cultural transformation through the power of community.

Facilitator/Presenter

Shantree Kacera D.N., Ph.D.is an author and Certified Permaculture Designer and Educator, an Ayurvedic Live-Food Nutritionist, Therapeutic and Shamanic Herbalist with a specialty in Forest Gardening with over 40 years experience

http://www.thelivingcentre.com/cms/wild-plant-permaculture-practicum

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For more information:

Contact Name: Shantree Kacera
Website: http://www.thelivingcentre.com/cms/wild-plant-permaculture-practicum
Phone: 5196520230
E-mail: info (at) thelivingcentre.com



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