Late summer and early fall are perfect times to get out into the fields and forests to learn about herbs and wild foods! We’ve invited noted wildcrafter, Cara-Lee Langston of Wildcraft Kitchen to lead a plant walk that highlights the plants of late summer here in the mountains. Don’t miss this chance to learn about our local plants from one of the best!

Late Summer and Early Fall Herb and Wild Foods Walk with Cara-Lee Langston

Saturday September 21, 2019, 9:30 am to 3:00 pm

The Southern Appalachian Mountains are home to an incredible array of plants, both native and naturalized. Join Cara-Lee Langston for a leisurely plant walk to learn about the herbs and wild foods so abundant this time of year. You’ll learn the basic of plant identification, how to ethically collect wild plants and how to use safely use them as foods and medicines.

Location: We’ll meet at the BotanoLogos office in downtown Clayton (Rabun County), Georgia and carpool to a forest trail.

Cost: $50 per person

Preregistration is required. Register here.