Witchin’ In the Kitchen
Join us for this fun-filled, highly interactive workshop where we will explore seasonality and nature connection while spending time in the kitchen crafting food and plant based products based on The Resiliency Institute’s Herbalism, Edible Wild Plants, and Permaculture courses.
In October, the days are getting shorter and colder, the bounty of fall is ending, and we approach cultural holidays that honor transitions, ancestors, and community (ex. Samhain and Halloween). We will use ritual and intention to brew concoctions of warming food and herbal elements, including an herbal tea, fire cider, muscle-soothing salves, and spiced pears as we cultivate community and explore traditional plant-based wisdoms (no eye of newt involved!).
Instructors: Allison Mitch and Connie Kollmeyer
Pre-registration is required to ensure adequate supplies. Please dress comfortably and ready to venture into our outdoor edible forest garden, weather-permitting.
This program is recommended for high school age through adult (younger ages 10 and up welcome with a parent).
Wear your best witch hat! Zero carbon footprint transportation by broom encouraged, preferred broom parking available.
$40/Person, includes all supplies and take-home materials
Be sure to enroll by the Registration Deadline: Friday, Oct 25, 2019
*Your participation makes our “Growing Food Security” programs possible– THANK YOU!