The Elderberry Webinar with John Moody
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History, Uses, Myths, and Truths about the Elderberry Webinar
Friday, April 24, 3:00-4:30 p.m. CDT
The elderberry – once heralded as the people’s medicine chest – is a plant that has provided food, medicine, and more to cultures around the world for thousands of years. From musical instruments to meads, from dyes to delicious foods, the elder’s usefulness and effectiveness earned it a mention in an almost limitless number of books and works, even from the likes of Shakespeare. Come learn more about the elder than you thought possible – its history, varieties, many uses, safety, and more.
This 90-minute webinar is an opportunity to interact with one of the country’s leading authorities on the elder plant. It is limited to 100 participants. One of our goals is to customize the content based on what participants are interested in learning about. During the registration checkout you will be asked to pick three of eight topics that you are most interested in. This will help John prepare for specific questions you might have. On the morning of the April 24, you will receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Please note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants will not have their cameras enabled but you will be able to view the host and participate in the Q & A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you have never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.
About John Moody: The Moody family farms and homesteads on 35 acres in Kentucky. John discovered more than a decade ago that his diet was killing him, with duodenal ulcers, seasonal allergies, and other health problems. So, the family began to transition to local foods and local food distribution. Eventually, he relocated his family to 35 acres of land to put his learning into practice. He has two books forthcoming to help growers and gardeners, one on soil and one on small-scale farm infrastructure.
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