Sold out! Wildcraft Kitchen Comes to Cowee
Time & Location
About the Event
Join us for a half-day nature immersion with Cara-Lee Langston of Wildcraft Kitchen where you can learn to safely identify and ethically-harvest wild foods and medicinal herbs.
This workshop is hosted by our good friends at Alarka Expeditions and takes place near Franklin, NC in the Nantahala Forest District. We will meet at Alarka HQ and caravan to a nearby trailhead. Participants will also have an opportunity to work hands-on to prepare their very own wild foods snack to enjoy on the trail.
Participants should feel comfortable walking up to 2 miles. When walking on the wooded trails, we recommend closed-toe shoes with socks and long pants/sleeves to protect against poison ivy and insects. Please bring a water bottle, notebook and pen, backpack, light rain jacket, bug spray, and anything else you may need to feel comfortable outdoors. Please bring a bagged lunch as we will stop for a quick lunch/snack break on our tour.
Dietary preferences: we can accommodate any special diet with advanced notice. Non-alcoholic beverage options are available. Please email email@example.com at least 1 week prior to event date.
To learn more about Alarka Expeditions visit www.alarkaexpeditions.com