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Friday, June 9 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Wild Plant Stories FILLING

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"In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks." -- John Muir Appalachian forests are some of the most biodiverse in the world. The forests of Snowshoe still contain the foods and medicines that nourished and healed Native Americans and settlers. Stroll through the woods to appreciate the lore and beauty of Appalachian plants and fungi. Your guide will point out edible and medicinal plants and share stories about their traditional and modern uses. Learn about and experience the healing power of seeking wild plants in the woods.
Class time devoted to lecture: Less than 5 minutes

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Erica Marks

Erica Marks has led experiential education programs from a tropical rainforest in Peru to the frozen White Mountains of New Hampshire, and in between (that would be here, in mountains of WV.) She has led hikes for the Wild Edibles Festival in Hillsboro, WV and loves the lore and... Read More →



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