Human Nature Series: Seasonal Foraging for Common Medicinal Plants

When: November 15, 2020, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
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We have been utilizing medicinal plants for their natural therapeutic properties since the beginning of human history. Although not utilized in our mainstream medicines of today, these plants are still used in traditional medicine practices around the globe. Many of the wild plants we now refer to as “weeds” are from seeds intentionally carried here by immigrants and colonists representing a diversity of transplanted cultural uses.

Join us on Zoom on November 15 as local herbalist, Jennifer Tucker, teaches us how to identify medicinal and wild food plants that are commonly found this time of year, shares their medicinal properties, and how/when she harvests, preserves and prepares them to benefit our health.

We will meet via Zoom at this link:

Zoom password: nature

Registration is not required, but those who register will receive educational materials before and after programming.

By joining this session, you agree to appear on a live broadcast that may be recorded. You are not required to be visually present.

Free public programming at Shaver’s Creek is made possible by the contributions of our membership.

Register for November 15, 2020

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