Adult Workshops


Most classes have a limit of 12 participants. Purchase tickets by clicking the “book now” button and selecting the class you are attending.

Spring Foraging + Wild Soda Making

Search field and forest for delicious Spring edibles, then learn how we can use these herbs to form “wild soda’s” which are not only great tasting, but a wonderful way to get your daily dose of wild! This is a great introduction to using wild yeasts and natural fermentation.

APRIL 29th 12:30-3:30

$40 per person

Everything you need to make your drink is included in the cost. Each participant will take home an 8oz flip top bottle filled with natural sweeteners and herbs to ferment, to be consumed at a later date.

Summer Foraging + Plant Medicine Foundations

In this class, expect to traverse a southern Appalachian field and forest for summer edibles and other useful plants. Learn key points to identify common food plants, trees and mushrooms.

We will be covering plant medicine foundations which is essential for anyone consuming foraged plants. Has anyone ever said to you “a certain plant is good for ________” (fill in the blank)? This is not enough information! Lets move past such generalists statements and learn how to use plants for health by speaking on extraction methods, bio-chemistry, dosage and more. We will be sharing the most common plants used in our household and exactly how to get the most out of your plant medicine!

All experience levels will benefit from this class. Part the day will be spent out looking at plants in their natural habitats and part spent under the barn tasting and discussing herbal extractions.

$35 per person

Saturday – August 19th

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Special Guest Instructor:

We are joined by Frea Forager of Wild Earth Crafts!

Nothing can truly compare to an ethically sourced, lightweight, stylish cattail hat. During the hottest days of summer, it will shade your head and let the breezes in, too. Join us at Ever Wilder Farm in Ellijay, GA for a day of weaving and connection.

We’ll be crafting hats and discussing the basics of how to forage for, harvest, process, and prepare cattails for weaving with. This workshop is open to folks of all weaving skill levels. Cattails are an especially great material to practice and learn different weaving techniques with, even for a seasoned weaver. This is not a strenuous craft, but will require focused attention.

Snacks and tea will be provided at the workshop. Participants will need to bring their own lunch and water and will be required to sign a liability waiver. This workshop has a 4 participant minimum and an 8 participant capacity. A limited number of discounted early bird tickets will be available on a first come, first serve basis. If the class fills up, there will be a waitlist in case of cancellations.

September 23rd

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

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There is a scholarship available for BIPOC folks and people of the global majority. Send an email to for details.


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