Classes, Workshops, Walks and Retreat Schedules

Susan Evans, Master Gardener & Herbalist teaches a variety of classes and workshops throughout the Denver-Metro area including cooking classes, gardening classes, medicinal herb education, and home & body essentials. Below you will find her current schedule of events. In addition, she is available to facilitate and instruct private lectures, gardening demonstrations, and workshops for groups, businesses or organizations. Public and private classes can be combined or custom tailored to fit your interests. Other educational opportunities include Wild Herb and Edible Plant Walks, and Workshops & Retreats.

More information is available on the variety of: classes, walks, retreats, and gardening consults Chrysalis Herbs offers.

 
 

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Edible Wild Foods Gourmet Workshop – Identification, Harvesting and Use of Wild Plants

May 15 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

$55.

Explore the fascinating world of wild edibles. Start with an herb walk to identify common tasty plants. Make refreshing teas, nutritious salads, savory soups and delicious additions to pasta, veggies and side dishes. Discover how to locate, identify harvest and prepare wild edibles to add nutrition and flavor to your meals. We end by dining on delicious, vegetarian, wild foods, featuring nopalita salsa, nettle pesto pasta, wild greens salad bar and lavender and dandelion petal shortcake cookies. Experience the fun and health benefits of eating on the wild side! Handout with plant descriptions and uses, recipes and meal included.

Special Instructions: Part of the class will be held outdoors; please dress accordingly for the weather and bring water and sunscreen.

Details

Date:
May 15
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
$55.
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Website:
https://catalog.botanicgardens.org/Selection.aspx?item=2402&sch=134199

Venue

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York Street
Denver, CO 80206 United States
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Phone:
720-865-3500
Website:
https://www.botanicgardens.org/