This 4-part series will be held August-November, 2015, in Occidental, CA, on the 2nd Sunday of each month: Aug. 9, Sept. 13, Oct. 11 & Nov. 8. Cost for the full series is $310. (Limited to 25 participants.) Kat has taught this popular series several times.

Kat’s topics include all these, plus ample speculation and discussion.

Global Ethnobotany – History, Concepts, Principles & many rich examples

Beliefs, Practices, and Plant Uses Around the World

Native Californian plant practices

Form and Function: What Biology Reveals

Food, Spices & History

Plant & Mushroom Shamanism & Visionary Healing Traditions

Embodying this Knowledge in Daily Life

& Easy Plant Walks in Beautiful Local Nature

(Note that the Nov. 8 session may occur on Nov. 1 instead.) If you must miss one class session, you may attend any session in the next series, free of charge. Register and pay at Network for Good event site: Givezooks, with this link: http://bit.ly/1S9h9S3

Nicotiana tabacum, 1887 illustration

 

Saturday, August 1, 2015 ~ 10am-4:30pm

~ Are you interested in plants, fungi, human culture, psychedelics, & big questions?

~ What if these species have their own ideas about what they are doing here among us, in these times?

~ Join ethnobotanist Kathleen Harrison, as she shares her observations, images & stories — from an animist point of view — in historical context.

~ If you choose to, participate in discussion on interpreting and integrating our patterns of experience.

Cost is $80/person. To be held in Occidental, West Sonoma County, CA
Register now by emailing: info@botanicaldimensions.org or at this link: https://botanicaldimensions.givezooks.com/events/big-botanical-beings-workshop-with-kathleen-harrison

Cannabis eye, artist Nemo Boko Nemo Boko

 

Cannabis eye, artist Nemo Boko Artist: Nemo Boko

Sunday, May 3, 2015 ~ 10am-4pm

~ Are you interested in plants, fungi, human culture, psychedelics, & big questions?

~ What if these species have their own ideas about what they are doing here among us?

~ Join ethnobotanist Kathleen Harrison, as she shares her observations, thoughts, images & stories.

Cost is $80/person (workshop limited to 30 people)
To be held in Occidental, West Sonoma County, CA
Register now by emailing: info@botanicaldimensions.org

 

2014 World Ayahuasca Conference in Ibiza, Spain

Botanical Dimensions is pleased to recommend the World Ayahuasca Conference in Ibiza, Spain, hosted by International Center for Ethnobotanical Education Research and Service (ICEERS). For three days world-renowned speakers will explore the traditional, religious, ethical, legal, and scientific aspects of this emerging global phenomenon, which originates in the Amazon. September 25-27, 2014. The conference will [...]

Read the full article →

New Hawaii travel intensive with Kathleen Harrison – Jan. 28 – Feb. 9, 2014

Announcing another great learning experience in South Kona, on Hawaii, “The Big Island” ~ Come study ETHNOBOTANY for 12 days & nights, from Jan. 28 to Feb. 9, 2014 ~ Look here LITTLE PLANET, BIG ISLAND!     Learn together about all aspects of plants, their uses, and their lore. We’ll learn in our tropical classroom, [...]

Read the full article →

Islanders! Join our Ethnobotany Intensive on Hawaii’s Big Island – Feb. 13-25, 2013

ISLANDERS! JOIN OUR ETHNOBOTANY INTENSIVE in HAWAII – Feb. 13-25, 2013. We have a few spaces open in our unique course. If you live on the Big Island or have a place to stay with friends near Kona, you may join us every day for all activities, instruction and some meals — for a discounted [...]

Read the full article →