Earth provides abundant resources but many of us have lost the ancestral knowledge of what is edible from the ground. In this two-part session, you'll learn how to harvest free food and medicine from our community. We will learn how to identify plants safely and what they are used for.
The class will start with a walk around the For Oak Cliff property to get hands-on with some of these plants. We will continue in the classroom with a fun art-centered portion to start our foraging journals! You will leave this class with lots of new knowledge and the confidence and community to continue growing in the art of foraging!
Saturday, October 7 - 11:00am-1:00pm
FOC Multi-purpose Room (907 E. Ledbetter Dr.)
*Visit our farmers market afterward (from 11am-3pm)!
The first 25 students will be provided with a free sketchbook. This is first come, first serve. If you came to the previous foraging art class, you can still attend this one.
Please only register for this session if you are 18 years or older.