Kentucky is home to some of the most beautiful & giving trees known to North America. Native indigenous peoples & early settlers relied heavily on tree food crops (acorns, chestnuts, hickory nuts, beech nuts, black walnuts, pawpaws, persimmons and various boiled down tree saps for syrup and sugar making (maples are known as the primary genus for these purposes although black walnut syrup is a delicious product as well). During this workshop we'll discuss a bit of history on native food trees, indigenous practices and uses of specific trees, harvesting tree crops and preparations of tree crops like acorns & hickory nuts. Oaks, Hickories, Black Walnuts, Beech, Persimmons, Maples & Hackberry make up a general overview of the species we'll cover during the workshop. This workshop takes place in a forested area and walking upwards to 2 miles is very likely. There will be a waiver to fill out upon purchase of admission tickets that’s required to join us.
Saturday September 24th, 2022 @ 10:00am - 1:00pm
Location: West Point, KY (event address shared via email with ticket purchase)
Cancellation notice: If you choose to cancel your ticket(s), please do so at least 30 days before the scheduled workshop. Your ticket purchase will be eligible for a 50% refund if canceled thirty days prior to the workshop event date. If canceled after, there’s no refunds. If you don't show up to the event for any reason, there's absolutely no refunds. Due to the limited class sizes (roughly 15-17 people per workshop), there's no policy where you can transfer your ticket(s) to a different workshop than the one you originally booked UNLESS it's not full. If you choose to do this, you're responsible for contacting us with at least 30 days notice prior to the workshop date you've booked.