Marc Williams

Botany Every Day www.botanyeveryday.com / www.plantsandhealers.org

Marc is an ethnobiologist who teaches about humans and their interface with other life forms. He has his BA in Environmental Studies from Warren Wilson College and MA in Appalachian Studies and Sustainable Development from Appalachian State University. Marc has over 20 years of experience from working with various restaurants and farms and traveling through 30 countries and 50 states.

Marc is speaking in North Carolina.


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Fun with Food Preservation

Food preservation is essential to extending the enjoyment of our bounty. We will cover excellent foods to choose from and forms of putting them up, including canning, fermenting, drying, freezing, and pickling. Lastly, we will consider an array of tasty preparations that you can craft from this stored abundance.

Speaking At:

North Carolina, Saturday 9:00-10:30 a.m., Living on the Land

Appalachian Medicinals: Use and Conservation

This workshop will focus on the major medicinal plants growing in the Appalachian region used in herbalism. We will look at the current state of their conservation and the work of the organization, United Plant Savers, then conclude with conservation concepts through cultivation and exotic invasive analogs.

Speaking At:

North Carolina, Saturday 4:30-6:00 p.m., Herbs