Wildcrafting: Forage & Make Health-Boosting Staghorn Sumac Herbal Syrup

Wildcrafting: Forage & Make Health-Boosting Staghorn Sumac Herbal Syrup - student project

Staghorn sumac (rhus typhina) is that shrub with the brilliant scarlet leaves in fall and those odd cone-shaped "bobs" of fuzzy fruit. It's native to eastern North America, but rarely used despite this superfood's amazing antioxidant properties. In this class you'll learn when and how to gather the fruit, prepare an herbal syrup loaded with vitamin C, and learn ways to use it. Be sure to share your favorite way to enjoy this tasty immune-system booster!

See the class outline at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dil7sYLberyfZe0z8CD75XivP-5ybCf4VJNSvRKLg5g/edit?usp=drive_web

Donna Kallner
fiber artist, teacher, writer
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