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Course commences at 10.00am and finishes at 5.00pm
Course summary
Ethnobotany is not just the study of trees and plants but it is also how we interact with them, have connected with them and utilised them from the beginning of time.

So whether you are interested in learning about tree & plant identification or the vast amount of different ways we can utilise them in everyday life, then this Ethnobotany course is for you.

We will look at ecology, herbal medicine, foraging for food, uses of different woods, natural materials for fire lighting, making cordage, herbal teas and more!

Lunch is included, which will be cooked on the fire and we will forage for some of the ingredients. Tea & coffee also included, as well as some campfire treats.

Ryan Knight Fox
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No apprentice teacher places available on this course
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Face to face

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United Kingdom

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Mara Morris
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