Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country – April 2018

CLICK TO REGISTER Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country Becoming Bio-regional: for Herbalists, Foragers and Permaculturists with Sonoran herbalist & forager, John Slattery There is a current movement to learn more about our local plants, wherever we may live. The use of wild plants for food, medicine, and a great variety of utilitarian applications (known [...]

Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country – April 2018 - @ to 2020-05-25T05:40:05+00:00

Navajo Nation Clinical Week – 2018

Join us for a clinical intensive week in the Navajo Nation in northeast AZ near the NM border.  This week will include not only clinical practice for our students both in the clinic and apothecary, but also a lot of practice in mobile-clinic work, clinic setup, plant walks and education. At the same time, primitive [...]

Navajo Nation Clinical Week – 2018 - @ to 2020-05-25T05:39:36+00:00

Navajo Nation Clinical Week – 2017

Join us for a clinical intensive week in the Navajo Nation in northeast AZ near the NM border.  This week will include not only clinical practice for our students both in the clinic and apothecary, but also a lot of practice in mobile-clinic work, clinic setup, plant walks and education. At the same time, primitive [...]

Navajo Nation Clinical Week – 2017 - @ to 2020-05-25T05:39:12+00:00

Edible Plant Walk with Sonoran Herbalist John Slattery

REGISTER WITH CREDIT CARD       REGISTER WITH PAYPAL Edible Plant Walk with Sonoran Herbalist and Forager John Slattery PLANT WALK IS $10 IN ADVANCE, OR $15 IN PERSON. The Texas Hill Country possesses a wide array of edible plants. Several foods such as mesquite, pecan, walnut, and hackberry can be found in such abundance, and their [...]

Edible Plant Walk with Sonoran Herbalist John Slattery - @ to 2020-05-25T05:39:09+00:00

Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country

Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country Becoming Bioregional: for Herbalists, Forgagers and Permaculturists with  Sonoran herbalist & forager, John Slattery There is a current movement to learn more about our local plants, wherever we may live. The use of wild plants for food, medicine, and a great variety of utilitarian applications (known as ethnobotany) is [...]

Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country - @ to 2020-05-25T05:38:38+00:00
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