Cara-Lee Langston, director of Wildcraft Kitchen, is passionate about the connections between nature, good food (especially if it grows in the wild) and wellness. She is known for her experiential workshops introducing children and adults to the health benefits of cooking with locally grown and wild ingredients. Past collaborative partnerships include the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Atlanta Botanical Gardens, John C. Campbell Folk School, Wander North Georgia, Organic Growers School, and Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center.
In addition to a Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Integrative Health from Maryland University of Integrative Health, she holds an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from Georgia State University and a Certificate in Medical Herbalism from the BotanoLogos School of Herbal Studies. Originally from South Africa, Cara and her family live in Rabun County. Learn more at Wildcraft Kitchen.