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Facilitation 101 - GRuB Style

Learn tools & strategies for facilitating groups of people of any age. Clock hours available.

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"Sustainable" The Movie

"Sustainable" The Movie

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Teacher Training - Wild Food Traditions: Spring Greens

Embrace the gifts of spring! Edible greens including nettles, dandelion, chickweed, wild lettuces, salmonberry sprouts, violets, and big leaf maple blossoms are common in gardens, local fields, and forests. Workshop participants will receive a curriculum that includes plant identification skills, sustainable harvesting techniques, nutritional values, medicinal uses, preservation methods and recipes.

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Spring Forage and Feast

Celebrate spring equinox by foraging spring wild plants on the GRuB farm and preparing a feast!

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Shoots 2 Multicultural Training

This is the 3rd training in our multicultural series & open to any GRuB community member who has attended the prerequisite Roots multicultural training

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Teacher Training - Herbal Apothecary I: Teas, Infused Honeys, Vinegars, & Shrubs

Make plant medicine with youth! Each participant will take home a printed curriculum and samples of medicines. Lessons can be adapted for kindergarteners through adults.

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Roots Workshop - Building Multicultural Communication and Community

The first in our multicultural communication series - Roots, Shoots, & Fruits. This workshop is a pre-requisite for additional workshops in the series.

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Medicinal Mushrooms with Renee Davis

Learn to grow and prepare medicinal mushrooms for personal and family health

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Tending Our Wild Hearts: Rose, Strawberry, and Hawthorne Medicine

Learn to identify, harvest, & prepare these wild plants that nurture our cardiovascular systems.

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Teacher Training - Camas Prairies & Cultural Ecosystems

Learn about five ecosystems that Native Americans have cultivated since time immemorial including camas prairies, food forests, saltwater beaches, wetlands and mountain huckleberry meadows. Participants will receive lessons from the Tend Gather and Grow curriculum including the cultural ecosystems overview and field trip guide. Lessons fit best with grades 6-12 learning levels but can be adapted for younger children & adults.

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GRuB Institute!

This 3-day training is a relationship-rich, hands-on experience offering powerful youth engagement tools, established program design, strategies for strong partnerships, and a manual detailing GRuB’s Employment Program and GRuB School models.

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Teacher Training - Herbal Apothecary II: Topical Remedies for First Aid

In this hands-on workshop educators will learn to identify, harvest, process and prepare many local plants that are useful for healing skin and relieving pain and inflammation. We will create a mini-first aid kit with salves, topical spray, and herbal powders. Educators will receive a curriculum and tips on incorporating plant knowledge and medicine making into their own teaching environment.

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Teacher Training- Wild Food Traditions: Native Berries

Summer is berry picking season! In this experiential workshop, teashers will learn to identify, harvest, and prepare eight types of native berries. We will also go through berry lessons for different aged students.

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Tend, Gather, & Grow Teacher Institute

SAVE THE DATE! More details coming soon for this 2-day institute...

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Teacher Training - Plant Technologies: Cordage & Basic Weaving Techniques

In this workshop, educators will gain skills on how to teach basic cordage and mat making techniques using native plants and walk away with a curriculum and teaching toolkit.

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Teacher Training - Wild Food Traditions: Native Infusions & Power Snacks

Wild nutrition foods and medicinal tea plants thrive around us in forests, fields, and even backyards. In this workshop, participants will gain skills to teach lessons on native food principles and will make and sample delicious teas and snacks.

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