Latecomers welcome and prorating available. Discounts available for qualifying families (inquire by phone.) Want to try the first class for free? Give us a call. This class is 100% outside. Rain or shine. Ingrid Gendreau has developed a detailed and immersive 13 week curriculum in wildcraft, naturalist and foraging concepts and skills. Her immersion version of this class happens on Wednesday mornings and is replicated in a shorter version for this offering in the afternoon after school slot. Copy and paste this link to view https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V9lg2z0bXVtH-Y8AKIYQWimbl_gN5r_z/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=108504684960238882738&rtpof=true&sd=true Ingrid is known at Coyle Outside as the resident foraging expert. Programming will proceed sequentially, as the weather of the season helps dictate, through the biology, anthropology, ecology and pragmatic aspects of the subject material. Modules will include some of the following: Plant, Nut and Mushroom Foraging for edibles, medicinals and utility (as the Fall season evolves) Propagation, locating targets in time and space, practice in foraging and processing for cordage, maple syrup, fire building etc. Survival modules will focus on just that, how would one use foraging if that's all there was to get to the next day? Students will take on individual foraging projects where they develop and build on an interest area as Ingrid provides feedback and guidance. Call us with any questions. There is too much to share here. A written curriculum is available for review by interested participants. No Class Oct 13 and Nov 24. Students come with snacks, lunch, water, backpack and weather appropriate clothing. Location for class varies weekly and drop off points communicated by instructor. We follow current Covid guidelines (which evolve of course and the instructor can report.) We have had 0 transmissions reported in our camps/programs after over 3000 participants.