Saturday 19 September 2020, 10:00am - 03:00pm
September 19th from 10-3pm.
Oak Haven Park
Ethnobotany Workshop with JB (John Bradley) Williams hosted by HAT
The workshop will be in two sessions, with the morning session being an ethnobotany walk and talk with JB. We will walk the trails of Oak Haven Park as JB shares his knowledge with us on the native plants that grow there and their traditional uses for healing, ceremony, and as food sources. The afternoon session will involve harvesting and making teas and/or learning how to create a Cedar bark gift.
WORKSHOP IS FULL.
If you want to be put on the waitlist please sign up on the link below. If room opens up in the event you will be notified.
The cost of the Ethnobotany Workshop is $45.
Materials, Lunch, Snacks & Beverages are included.
John Bradley (JB) Williams is of Tsawout and Ahousat Decent and specializes in ethnobotany (the identification and traditional uses of plants), traditional story telling, fire baked salmon, and traditional pit cook.
NOTE: We will be adhering to strict protocols to maintain social distancing for this event, and will ensure that all precautions to maintain a clean and safe environment are in place.