Plant Medicine VI: Southern Oregon Klamath-Siskiyoos
We continue our Summer-Fall Plant Medicine series spending four weeks on the plants found in the mountains of Southern Oregon. This unique area, including the Rogue and Illinois Rivers and the Klamath and Siskiyoo ranges as well as the Kalmiopsis wilderness, is one of the most diverse plant regions of North America. We’ll discuss plant adaptations to fire and serpentine soil types, ecology and recovery after some of the largest fires in Oregon history. In this class Oshala, wild Angelicas, California Spikenard, Yerba Santa, Yellow Coneflower, California Bay, and many other plants will be discussed in depth with attention to identification, ecology, plant energetics, historical and modern uses, experiential plant communication, and how to work with these plants in a healing context.
Dates: Sept 10, 17, 24, and Oct 1.
Time: Thursday evenings, 6pm -9pm
Location: ONLINE via ZOOM. The meeting code will be emailed to you before the class
Materials: optional plant tasting packet available for local Portland pickup $30
In order to participate in the course at this time you will need to be able to access a computer with internet.
Refund policy: Full refund for tuition (minus $20 admin fee) up to 1 week before start of class. Less than 7 days before the start of class 50% of tuition can be refunded. No refunds are possible within 24 hours of the start of class, or after the class has begun.