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Foragers Farm Rewilding Workshops

Foragers Farm Rewilding Workshops

With each season we identify new wild, edible and medicinal plants that you can confidently incorporate into your life. These introductory classes offer new insights on each seasons abundance of foraging opportunities for you to connect to the plants and how to be stewards of the land.

Spring Ephemeral Class $50 Sunday May 6th, 1 pm-4

Summer Bloomed Class $50 Sunday August 19th, 1 pm-4

Fall Rooted Class $50 Sunday October 14th, 1pm-4

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Sign up for the 3-season series for $130

*children under 12 are free

Plants carry an abundance of health and medicine.  We recognize their power to heal, empower and transform when harvested safely and used properly.


We very much believe that being outside and working with plants gives us a deep nature connection and reminds us of where we come from.  Growing, eating and sharing our produce is a part of our daily lives and brings us a sense of gratitude and purpose. Mankind’s ability to observe the interactions in nature and having the ability to interact allows us to enhance carrying capacity of the land, increase the biodiversity and therefore help the world to thrive and responsibly support our existence.


All over the planet people are making a solid effort in order to bring back the ecology to their land by participating in reforestation projects. Regenerating our landscapes back to thriving environments is something we should consider a priority in order to heal the earth from the destructive nature of conventional agriculture. We have the ability to bring this into existence and with our new found ability to design landscapes using what we observe and what we know about soil, a positive co existence is possible.


These are the people who inspire us!
Bill Molison, Joel Saliton, Elliot Coleman, Jean Martin, Curtis Stone, Geoff Lawton, John Young, Rosemary Gladstar, Alexis Burnett, Tom Brown, Linda Rose, Arthur Haines, Zach Loeks, Paul Stamits, Daniel Vitalis and the list goes on….

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