2020 EDIBLE WILD PLANTS CERTIFICATE COURSE
Learn over 200 edible wild plants that grow in our bioregion through classroom, field and home study, but most importantly by eating or preparing recipes with them every class! You will receive an Edible Wild Plants Recipe book containing all of the recipes prepared by the instructor and students throughout the course and a printed certificate recognizing your accomplishment.
LIMITED TO 16 STUDENTS
Basic plant identification skills are required to take this class.
A short quiz must be taken to determine plant id proficiency or participants can provide documentation of a plant id class or other evidence of knowledge, or enroll in our pre-course Plant ID Class.
COURSE MEETS THE THIRD SATURDAY OF THE MONTH FOR 10 MONTHS +
GRADUATION CEREMONY DECEMBER 5
February 22 March 21 April 18 May 16 June 20 July 18
August 15 September 19 October 17 November 21
Plan to attend all classes. In order to receive the certificate, only 1 class may be missed and the test must be made up. No make up classes can be offered.
GRADUATION CEREMONY 11:00 am – 2:00 pm SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5
An event not to be missed!
TUITION*: Includes tuition, Edible Wild Plants Cookbook, course materials and supplies. You will be responsible for bringing in four prepared lunch dishes to share during the course.
“Early Bird” – Register by October 31: $795 check / $830 PayPal
“Special” – Register by November 30: $825 check / $860 PayPal
Regular” – Register by December 31: $855 check / $900 PayPal
“Late” – Register by February 21: $885 check / $920 PayPal
CLASS IS LIMITED TO 16 STUDENTS
Due to the limited class size, in order to avoid restricting others from registering for the class, your registration is not complete until a minimum $300, non-refundable, deposit is received. Payment plans can be arranged. Please contact Connie Kollmeyer for assistance: email@example.com
A work study opportunity is available to one qualified candidate. In exchange for 25-30 hours of work, the work study candidate’s course fee will be reduced to $450. Work will include assisting the instructor with class preparation, classroom set-up and clean-up, loading and unloading class supplies, making copies, assisting with the recipe book, and taking photos during class to share on social media at least three days throughout the course. The candidate will be required to meet the instructor at 8:30 am each class meeting date as well as other dates (typically the Friday’s prior to class) to forage for plant specimens which will also serve as a valuable, additional learning opportunity for the applicant. Ideally the candidate lives in or very near Naperville, and must commit to attending every class.
By December 1st, email Jodi@theresiliencyinstitute.net with a description of your financial need and your intention for taking this course. We will accept a maximum of 5 requests before selecting the recipient. Award will be determined by December 15.