New Spring 2016 CLASSES with ethnobotanist Kathleen Harrison

by Botanical Dimensions on 02/12/2016

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* Global Ethnobotany with a Local Focus

~ A popular 4-month series, one Saturday per month. A survey of the breadth and depth of cultural relationships between plants, fungi and humans—from ancestral folk knowledge to 21st century practices. Group study, discussion, excellent participants. Slideshows, stories, books, walks in local nature to learn local plant uses. New dates! Begins April 9. Learn more & register here:

* Big Botanical Beings in Modern Culture: A speculative workshop on the roles of Magic Mushrooms, Peyote & Ayahuasca -

~A one-day talk & discussion on this timely, deep and perplexing subject. Kat’s expertise is based on decades of fieldwork in various cultures, including deep immersion in late 20th century West Coast psychedelic subculture. Sat. May 7. Learn more & register here:

* Food Plants & Spices: Their Stories in Our Story

~New class offering! A weekend workshop on the botany and history of what we love to eat. Revelations to deepen the experience of each meal. People who love food, spices, stories and a fascinating history will be sure to learn and enjoy. Sat.-Sun. June 4-5. Learn more & register here:

Botanical Illustration: Learning to really see & draw plants

~A one-day workshop for all levels, with Kat & guest teacher Paetra Tauchert, Sat. July 2. Materials provided. Learn more about the approach & register here:

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