Ethnobotany Workshop with Diana Law
May 4 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Join us for an afternoon of ethnobotanical exploration through SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve’s grounds. This class is hosted by Diana Law, a local herbalist. Diana will guide you through the forest and teach about the uses of many native plant species in the Pacific Northwest. This program is limited to 20 people, ages 16 and older.
Diana Lynn Law is an herbalist and artist who loves learning about nature and teaching it to others. Her classes are a combination of Folk Herbalism, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda and science-based studies. Empowering people to build their own relationships with plants and create their own well-being are integral parts of her classes. Diana was a gardener at Bastyr University’s Medicinal Garden and a steward of the Beacon Food Forest, where she taught classes, did class administration and served on the Board. She’s currently completing her Master Pruner certificate through Plant Amnesty.
SHADOW does not permit the harvest and take of materials from the Nature Preserve’s grounds. Special permission has been given for this workshop.
Registration fee of $25 is required per attendee.
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