Date/TimeApr 22, 2017 - Apr 23, 2017
LocationMillard Learning Centre, Galiano Island
Visit the Galiano Conservancy’s own cutting-edge forest garden. Walk Galiano’s beautiful Douglas fir forest and discover the wild plants that live there, learning their roles in the ecosystem and their traditional medicinal uses and how to ethically harvest them. Quench your thirst with handcrafted teas, tisanes, shrubs (sipping vinegars) and sodas in this springtime workshop.
Enjoy a fresh seasonal lunch that you’ve harvested from the forest garden and prepared together.
Learn to make your own custom Wild Sodas and Kombuchas flavoured with your favourite native and forest garden plants. Relax with a herbal steam and sip delightful teas and decoctions tailored to your own tastes and desires. Learn to make tasty infused honeys from native and forest garden plants. You’ll leave with your creations along with the knowledge of how to recreate each of the weekend’s projects at home and a sense of how people and forests can work together, for each others benefit, in a sustainable future.
This event was posted by Britt McLeod, a visitor to the site. For more information contact them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event was posted by a visitor, and not by Permaculture BC. As such Permaculture BC has NO FURTHER INFORMATION then what you see here. Do not call, email or toilet paper us with emails or phone calls, as we DO NOT KNOW THE ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION. With quiet resolve, patience and determination we thank you.