Free Introduction To Foraging and Remedies

Learn to confidently identify 2 common wild plants and create your own remedies and recipes.

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There is an abundance in nature of food and medicine. Finding edibles in your backyard is easier than you think. Would you like to make simple but effective herbal remedies in your own kitchen?

In this Introductory class, you will learn to easily and positively identify two common wild plants: Plantain and Wood Sorrel. You can confidentally harvest these plants and follow along to make a quick Bite Relief Remedy and a delicious Wild Vinaigrette for your salads.

During the class, we will discuss the why, how and when to forage. Even if you have a tiny backyard, you can forage!

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Learn...See...Forage...Make a Recipe...Feed your Family...Heal your Body...Satisfaction!

"Omg! I just had a chance to do the first class! Wow! This is awesome, Anne-Marie Bilella! I had a lot of wood sorrel that I just covered with all the mulch I’ve been getting. I had no idea what that precious little weed was! I’m sure it’ll make its way back up through the 6” of wood chips. In the meantime, I’ll be foraging for more. My plantain is my favorite ‘weed’. Great job! I’m so proud of you."

- Elaine Morris, Dacula, GA

"Finished the class. I have not made anything yet because I need to find some first plants first. I really liked your format. You are easy to understand and your plant i.d. videos are awesome. Very clear. I love the way you get right to the point too. Refreshing.Thanks so much."

- Helen Cameron, Georgia USA

Your Instructor

Anne-Marie Bilella
Anne-Marie Bilella

Anne-Marie is the Farmer, the Baker and the Medicine-Maker at Bella Vista Farm in GA.

She is skilled in herbal medicine, wild weeds, mushrooms and natural products made from herbs. Anne-Marie was self-taught in her herbal studies until several years ago when she completed a 10 month hands-on intensive herbal course with Patricia Kyritsi Howell of BotanoLogos School of Herbal Studies. She has received the Wild Mushroom ID and Permit from Mushroom Mountain to sell mushrooms in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina as well as become an instructor for Mushroom Mountain.

Currently, Anne-Marie creates her own herbal products with her Forager Chick line and teaches others about herbal medicine, medicinal mushrooms and wild plant identification. She is a forager, homesteader, blogger and writer for her own blog and has written articles for other blogs, Aroma Culture Magazine and for Mother Earth News - Herbal Living blog.

Along with Denise Hardin, Anne-Marie has co-authored their cookbook, Wild Eating With the Forager Chicks, a beautiful book full of delicious wild foods!

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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