Most classes are located in Carnation, Washington at the historic Hjertoos House near Tolt McDonald Park. Core instructor is Heidi Bohan, author of ‘The People of Cascadia’, ‘Journey Plant Medicine Cards’, ‘Starflower Native Plant ID Cards’; learning and teaching Pacific Northwest traditional skills since 1993.
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2017-2018 Traditional Basketry & Weaving Apprenticeship Program
Registration is now open! For more details
11/10/17 Update: Thank you all, we have a full class and off to a great start!
2018 Ethnobotany & Traditional Skills Course- January-September
See photos from our 2017 course!
Ireland Ethnobotany Exploration
September 16-October 8
We had an amazing journey through Ireland. Check out photos of our explorations here.
Spain Ethnobotanical Study Expedition- August 2017
Completed! See my Blog about the trip
For the tribal community:
Snoqualmie Tribal Members: Gatherer to Gardener Programs have been approved by Tribal Council for funding under the ‘Education- Adult Enrichment Activities’ Application
I also offer stipends and discounts to tribal members from all local tribes based on current class enrollment numbers. Please contact me directly for more information : firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-549-0093
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Classes are based out of Carnation, Washington in the heart of the Snoqualmie Valley, 35-45 minute scenic drive from Seattle, 20-30 scenic minutes from Redmond, Issaquah, Woodinville; Located at the historic Hjertoos House on the Carnation Tree Farm, 31523 NE 40th St.
Classes are held in studio and outdoor classroom spaces, herb and cottage gardens, hedgerows, and lots of nearby trails, natural and cultural areas. There are camping and yurt options available at Tolt McDonald Park, and others at the farm by arrangement.