FULL PACKAGE The Ethnobotany of Western Wyoming: an Elevational Tour with John Mionczynski
Two Day Winter Workshop Friday February 2nd & Saturday February 3rd, 2018
Where: The Barn Healing Center 1 Mile South of Wilson, Wyoming
Times: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Both Days
Lunch: 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Both Days light healthy lunch including hot herbal teas provided
Day 1 - Friday February 2nd, John Mionczynski will cover plants of western Wyoming the Prairies and Foothills. This section will cover native ethnobotany of the prairies and foothills (buttes) of South Pass, The Big Horn Basin, The Shoshone Basin and the valley of Jackson Hole. This fascinating topographical botanical journey will give you a broad range of understanding regarding where these diverse plants are typically are found including when the best time for harvest is and how these plants have been traditionally used by Native Tribes of Western Wyoming.
Day 2 - Saturday February 3rd, John Mionczynski will cover the plants found in the alpine elevations of the Big Horn Mountains, Owl Creek Range, the Wind River Mountains and the Grand Teton Range.
Both days will be filled with fascinating and very useful information. John will give demonstrations and there will be participation on preparing the plants for medicine and how to use them for health and wellness.