Wild Trailside Nibbles & Herbal First Aid
Jan
4
7:00 PM19:00

Wild Trailside Nibbles & Herbal First Aid

Location: REI Durham, NC

 

 

In this hands-on class, you will discover a variety of locally available, tasty and helpful plants. In addition to learning how to approach, identify and use local plants and herbs, you will learn sustainable wildcrafting methods, and the lore and history of plants in the area, starting from the pre-colonial era.

This class will not be your ordinary lecture. There will be loads of fresh and dried specimens to celebrate. Join master herbalist and wildcrafter, Will Endres, to explore the useful plants and herbs commonly found along the Appalachian Trail, and other commonly traveled parks and forests of the Piedmont and Appalachian Mountains. Topics of interest may include: swollen feet, blisters, wounds, aches and pains, digestive issues, colds and allergies, and the prevention and treatment of poison ivy, and snake, tick and flea bites. You will also learn how to flavor and supplement common trail foods, harvest trailside snacks, and defend your campsite against biting insects. Will is an herbalist, wildcrafter, and outdoor guide, and West Virginia transplant with more than 41 years experience. He has had many herbal elders, and has been deeply influenced by Appalachian and Cherokee traditions.

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Wild Trailside Nibbles & Herbal First Aid
Jan
8
7:00 PM19:00

Wild Trailside Nibbles & Herbal First Aid

Location: Raleigh REI

 

In this hands-on class, you will discover a variety of locally available, tasty and helpful plants. In addition to learning how to approach, identify and use local plants and herbs, you will learn sustainable wildcrafting methods, and the lore and history of plants in the area, starting from the pre-colonial era.

This class will not be your ordinary lecture. There will be loads of fresh and dried specimens to celebrate. Join master herbalist and wildcrafter, Will Endres, to explore the useful plants and herbs commonly found along the Appalachian Trail, and other commonly traveled parks and forests of the Piedmont and Appalachian Mountains. Topics of interest may include: swollen feet, blisters, wounds, aches and pains, digestive issues, colds and allergies, and the prevention and treatment of poison ivy, and snake, tick and flea bites. You will also learn how to flavor and supplement common trail foods, harvest trailside snacks, and defend your campsite against biting insects. Will is an herbalist, wildcrafter, and outdoor guide, and West Virginia transplant with more than 41 years experience. He has had many herbal elders, and has been deeply influenced by Appalachian and Cherokee traditions.

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Wild Trailside Nibbles & Herbal First Aid
Jan
9
7:00 PM19:00

Wild Trailside Nibbles & Herbal First Aid

Location: REI Greensboro, NC

 

In this hands-on class, you will discover a variety of locally available, tasty and helpful plants. In addition to learning how to approach, identify and use local plants and herbs, you will learn sustainable wildcrafting methods, and the lore and history of plants in the area, starting from the pre-colonial era.

This class will not be your ordinary lecture. There will be loads of fresh and dried specimens to celebrate. Join master herbalist and wildcrafter, Will Endres, to explore the useful plants and herbs commonly found along the Appalachian Trail, and other commonly traveled parks and forests of the Piedmont and Appalachian Mountains. Topics of interest may include: swollen feet, blisters, wounds, aches and pains, digestive issues, colds and allergies, and the prevention and treatment of poison ivy, and snake, tick and flea bites. You will also learn how to flavor and supplement common trail foods, harvest trailside snacks, and defend your campsite against biting insects. Will is an herbalist, wildcrafter, and outdoor guide, and West Virginia transplant with more than 41 years experience. He has had many herbal elders, and has been deeply influenced by Appalachian and Cherokee traditions.

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Wild Trailside Nibbles & Herbal First Aid
Jan
11
7:00 PM19:00

Wild Trailside Nibbles & Herbal First Aid

Location: REI Cary, NC

 

In this hands-on class, you will discover a variety of locally available, tasty and helpful plants. In addition to learning how to approach, identify and use local plants and herbs, you will learn sustainable wildcrafting methods, and the lore and history of plants in the area, starting from the pre-colonial era.

This class will not be your ordinary lecture. There will be loads of fresh and dried specimens to celebrate. Join master herbalist and wildcrafter, Will Endres, to explore the useful plants and herbs commonly found along the Appalachian Trail, and other commonly traveled parks and forests of the Piedmont and Appalachian Mountains. Topics of interest may include: swollen feet, blisters, wounds, aches and pains, digestive issues, colds and allergies, and the prevention and treatment of poison ivy, and snake, tick and flea bites. You will also learn how to flavor and supplement common trail foods, harvest trailside snacks, and defend your campsite against biting insects. Will is an herbalist, wildcrafter, and outdoor guide, and West Virginia transplant with more than 41 years experience. He has had many herbal elders, and has been deeply influenced by Appalachian and Cherokee traditions.

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CCCC Wild Foraging and Exploration Field Class Series
Feb
7
to Mar 28

CCCC Wild Foraging and Exploration Field Class Series

8 Week class series
9:00a - 4:30p

Venture out, and discover the hidden bounty of our southeastern fields, woods, edges, and streams with herbalist and wildcrafter Will Endres. Learn to celebrate the plants and herbs, gain hands on experience harvesting and producing teas, tasty wild greens and salads, sweet treats, dried herbs, medicinal extracts, and a variety of other products from wondrous wild plants.

Please register before Jan 30th

Click below or call Central Carolina Community College at (919) 545-8044 to register and learn more!

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CCCC Foraging Wild Plants & Herbs Night Class Series
Feb
7
to Mar 28

CCCC Foraging Wild Plants & Herbs Night Class Series

8 Week class series

6:00p - 9:00p

In this 8 week night class we will explore the use of a variety of local wild plants and herbs.  Students will get hands on experience with different formulas and recipes, experience multiple AV presentations, and end the class with a Wild Feast. Venture out, and discover the hidden bounty of our southeastern fields, woods, edges, and streams with herbalist and wildcrafter Will Endres.  You will leave this class with an expanded knowledge of wild teas, tasty wild greens and salads, sweet treats, dried herbs, medicinal extracts, and a variety of other products made from wondrous wild plants.

Please register before Jan 31st

Click below or call Central Carolina Community College at (919) 545-8044 to register and learn more!

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Sep
2
to Sep 3

Special REI Classes

GREENSBORO REI, Friendly Center, 3334 W Friendly Ave #140, Greensboro, NC 27410: October 3rd, 2016 from 7 to 8:30PM

CARY REI, Devonshire Place, 1751 Walnut St, Cary, NC 27511: October 4th, 2016 from 7 to 8:30PM

DURHAM REI, Renaissance Center, 6911 Fayetteville Rd #109, Durham, NC 27713: October 5th, 2016 from 7 to 8:30PM

Call Will Endres with questions at 919-451-6643      www.willswildherbs.org;

email: willswildherbs@gmail.com.

Register through REI.com

 

                   WILD TRAILSIDE NIBBLES AND HERBAL FIRST AID

In this hands-on class, you will discover a variety of locally available, tasty and helpful plants. In addition to learning how to approach, identify and use local plants and herbs, you will learn sustainable wildcrafting methods, and the lore and history of plants in the area, starting from the pre-colonial era.

 

This class will not be your ordinary lecture. There will be loads of fresh and dried specimens to celebrate. Join master herbalist and wildcrafter, Will Endres, to explore the useful plants and herbs commonly found along the Appalachian Trail, and other commonly traveled parks and forests of the Piedmont and Appalachian Mountains. Topics of interest may include: swollen feet, blisters, wounds, aches and pains, digestive issues, colds and allergies, and the prevention and treatment of poison ivy, and snake, tick and flea bites. You will also learn how to flavor and supplement common trail foods, harvest trailside snacks, and defend your campsite against biting insects. Will is an herbalist, wildcrafter, and outdoor guide, and West Virginia transplant with more than 41 years experience. He has had many herbal elders, and has been deeply influenced by Appalachian and Cherokee traditions.

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