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Topics Covered:
Bioregional wild crafting
Developing a Relationship with the Land
Ethical Wildcraft
The Interconnection of Plants and Pollinators
Butterflies and Their Companion Plants
How to Nourish and Support the Plants and Pollinators to Ensure a Healthy and Abundant
Short Description:
This class will explore Bioregional herbal medicine and the importance of pollinator awareness.
Included is a slideshow presentation of local medicinal plants and their pollinating companions.
We will look at how to wildcraft responsibly ensuring that no harm is done to either of these
precious communities. How to spot butterfly eggs and larva and how to ensure a healthy future
through environmental nourishment and restoration.
Devi Pagan is an herbalist and holistic consultant with over 20 years of experience. Director of the
Center for Botanical Arts, a center that offers education on plants and people and organizes various
restoration activities for urban and wild environments. She travels and teaches internationally and is
fluent in wild native plant medicine and edibles. Devi is an avid environmentalist with a certification in
Permaculture Design. She is the producer and coordinator of The Global Rewilding Initiative and
Mother Nature School. In her free time she loves to plant bee and butterfly gardens.


7 available
Bioregional Herbalism$10.00

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