Saturday and Sunday, January 27th and 28th
INSTRUCTOR: Rob Miller
Basketry is a timeless art of elegance, simplicity and practicality. Join us for 2 days as we slow down into Nature’s rhythm, practicing the weaves of our ancestors. You will create a medium-sized handled basket from willow, usable for harvest, shopping, storage, laundry and more.You’ll go home with a beautiful and useful basket you can be proud of. Sign up early as this class is popular and limited to only 6 participants.
LOCATION: Aprovecho Meeting Hall
TUITION: Early Bird (Registered/Paid by December 27th) $200; After December 27th $250; Last Minute (after January 13th): $275
MATERIALS: Fee $20; Materials for participants to bring include a sharp sheath knife or clasp knife with a locking handle, hand pruners, and a comfortable pillow to sit on.
ABOUT ROB: Rob Miller is the lead guide, program designer, and director of Cascadia Quest – a local non-profit that provides wilderness rites of passage and other educational and growth activities. He is a wilderness guide, ceremonialist, wildcrafter, council leader, loving parent, and fun-loving instigator of radical and sustainable earth-based culture change. He is a joyful and ethical commercial wild harvester of medicinal herbs and wild mushrooms. For the past two decades he has been living and teaching variety of survival and primitive skills, focusing on them as a tool for personal and ecospirtual maturation.
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