Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Wild Food Talk and Walk in Belvedere

Wild Food Talk & Walk

Learn what you can harvest and eat right in your own backyard!

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Belvedere Neighborhood

2 pm – 5 pm

$15 per adult, $5 per child if with adult

To Register and Directions:


katercst@gmail.com 434-996-2002 preregistration required

Gathering from the wild is a traditional skills practiced by people all around the world. This is an abundance of nutritious edibles all around us. This three-hour class will take us on a wander to rediscover and collect these foods. Get to know your place! Have Fun with other families! Connect with self, others, nature! Come on out and meet and inspiring leader, Rain, class instructor.

For the past 14 years, Rain has been weaving traditional lifeways. She currently lives in the Blue Ridge on an intentional community with her man and their six children where she has been re-claiming her Wild-Wombyn Self while Re-Membering the Ancient Skills of Wombyn-hood. Her current threads are hunting, gathering, midwifery, plant medicine, wild foods and tribal culture.

1 comment:

Andrew Collins said...

My wife enjoyed the wild food walk. I frequently find things in my food that she gathered from the yard, her walk home from work etc.
We are entartaining the idea of moving to Belvedere, even though there are not many lots available and Stonehaus seems to be nearly the last builder still standing. Do you know of anybody that has a Stonehaus home who would not mind speaking with me about them as a builder??
Thanks - Andrew - surly55@yahoo.com