Nancy Klehm is coming to Los Angeles for two exciting events–one on foraging and the other on humanure:
Edible Urbanforage Walk Saturday February 16 4 to 6 pm.
February, is the ideal time to forage Los Angeles!
Nance Klehm will be leading this urbanforage. On this walk, we will learn to identify edible and medicinal plants, hear their botanical histories and stories of their use and share tastes of what we find.
The urbanforage will start with an herbal beverage and end with a simple herbal food shared over discussion of the experiences and questions generated by the walk.
Bring a notebook and a pen for sketching or note taking and a bag and a knife for collecting.
All ages welcome!
Adults 18+ years $20/person
Children 6-17 years $10/person
Children 5 years and under *free*
Reserve your space for this event by sending your PayPal payment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no refunds. Registration closes February 15.
Mon. Feb 18 – Safe & Sound Human Manure Class
Can we use human waste in our gardens? Is it safe? Come to this incredible workshop by Nancy Klehm, a human manure expert, where we will explore these questions and more. Learn about compost toilet design, and Nancy’s amazing previous work.
Nance Klehm is a steward of the earth. She is an ecological systems designer, landscaper, horticultural consultant, and permacultural grower, as well as an in demand consultant, speaker, and teacher. She is respected internationally for her work on land politics and growing for fertility.
Nancy has been featured in Time Magazine, the Utne Reader, the Chicago Tribune, Reuters news service, on the MSN Money website, and many other publications and media outlets. She has been interviewed extensively about her work including spots by American Public Media’s Weekend America program, KRCL in Salt Lake City, BBC Radio Canada, Chicago Public Radio, and KBOO in Portland, Oregon.
Monday, February 18
7 to 9pm
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
1280 East Washington Blvd
Pasadena, CA 91104
Registration (click here to register)
Pre-register by 2/10: $15
Pre-register by 2/17: $20
At the Door: $25