Our beloved Catskill trees, their impact for human’s is vast. Their attributes go beyond sheltering and shading us, their fruiting for food and medicine. Join Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower, forager and herbalist at the Margaretville Pavillon on July 7th, between 1:00 and 3:00 to learn about how trees are also a wild food and have herbal applications for both man and environment. Then, take part in the audible recordings of their frequencies into sound through a sensitize electronic instrument. Hear their differences, their environmental responses and be at the whim of phenomena where the only plan is to listen and allow innovative concepts to form.
Free for CFA Members. $12 non/members.
Registration is closed for this event.