Michael Pilarski is a naturalist, farmer and educator with 45 years of experience. Michael has been commercially wildcrafting medicinal plants for 22 years in Washington State, north Idaho and Northwest Montana. He farms a diversity of medicinal and food plants in complex, agroforestry systems and has expertise in seed collecting, propagation and nursery stock of many native and non-native species. He is the author of “Ethnobotany and Ethnoecology Resource Guide” and “Growing & Wildcrafting Medicinal Plants in the Pacific Northwest”. He blends permaculture, restortion ecoogy and ethnobotany to come up with restorative land practices.
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Workshop 1 Title:
Permaculture, restoration and ethnobotany. How they can inform land management practices.
Workshop 2 Title:
Growing Medicinal herbs for home use or commercially through a permaculture lens.
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