FALL FORAGING (ADULT CLASS)
October 4 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm$75.00
The multicolored forest provide us with an abundance of wonderful wild food medicine including roots, leaves, flowers, bark, seeds, and nuts. Many herbaceous fall plants help to strengthen our respiratory and immune systems in preparation for winter. Try your hand at making culinary infusions with local honey, homemade apple cider vinegar, and vitamin C-rich wild ingredients such as rosehips and pine needles. We’ll also whip up a batch of goldenrod cornbread to celebrate this wonderful time to be outdoors in the North Georgia Mountains.
What you might expect to see: goldenrod, sassafras, sumac, oak, chestnut, persimmon, rosehips, spicebush, black walnut, wild grapes, wild asters, rabbit tobacco