The Southern Appalachian Mountains are home to an incredible array of plants, both native and naturalized. Join herbalist and wild foods expert, Cara-Lee Langston of Wildcraft Kitchen for a series of six leisurely plant walks to learn about seasonal herbs and wild foods each month from April to October. You’ll learn the basics of plant identification, how to ethically collect wild plants, and safely use them as foods and medicines.
Location: We’ll meet in Clayton, GA (Rabun County), and carpool to a local trail from there. Directions and other important details are emailed one week before the walk, but feel free to contact us anytime if you have questions.
Registration opens in early January 2023. Cara-Lee’s walks fill quickly so be sure to register early. Want to receive notifications when registration begins? Subscribe to our newsletter.