Fall harvest Native style comes to Grange
DUDLEY – Fall is a time of color and cooling air.
But it’s also a bonanza of wild food, medicine and other useful plants if you know where to look and take the time to develop a relationship with the land.
Del Bachand has done that, and brings her long experience to the Dudley Grange Tuesday, Nov 14 at 6 pm.
The founder of Webster’s Generations Healing Center will be talking about “local woodland plants and trees that share their bounty in the Fall with humans, animals and birds. Covering some of the medicinal plants and food used by the Native people of the area, different ways to prepare them, and again touching on ‘considerate’ harvesting.”
The event is free and open to the public, with snacks and drinks available afterward. Dudley Grange is at 139 Center Road, next to Nichols College.