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