Women’s Intro to Foraging

A class for women, led by a woman. An evening of rematriation through kinship with the plants; a return to the skills and ancestral knowledge of Mother Earth. We will discuss the essentials of foraging including plant identification, terminology, safety, medicinal and edible uses of plants, honoring the land through harvest, as well as the history of women’s interaction with the land.

Please dress appropriately for the outdoors and off trail walking. A pencil and notebook is recommended. Students can meet instructor at the corn barn where the will commence. No children please (babies in arms welcome). 50% off for BIPOC women.



About the Instructor

Calyx Liddick is a certified clinical herbalist and nutritionist, field botanist, wildcrafter, activist, writer, and mother of two. She was born and raised in the mountains of central Pennsylvania. She sees the human body as an ecological microcosm, and that by reconnecting to the land we can heal the land as well as ourselves. In her practice, she integrates the long, rich history of traditional herbalism with modern scientifically sound research. Calyx is a graduate of the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism and is the founding director of the Northern Appalachia School. Find out more at northernappalachiaschool.com.

Health and Safety

This class will take place outdoors. Please check the weather in advance and dress accordingly. Be prepared for walking on uneven terrain and potentially muddy conditions. 

All programs are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances including inclement weather. Participants will receive an email in the days preceding the program for any changes or cancellations. You can review our current Cancellation and Refund Policy here. 

Parking takes place in the field above the farmhouse. 

May 21st, 2024 from  5:30 PM to  7:30 PM
4945 Horn Rd
York, PA 17406
United States
Phone: (717) 757-6441
Event Fee(s)
Foraging for Women $28.00
Foraging for Women- 50% off BIPOC Women $14.00