Road Scholar - From Farm and Forest to Fork
Harvest food from farm and forest, learn gardening techniques you can apply anywhere, and even make some salve to take home with you!
September 27 - October 2, 2020
Join local experts in experiencing all things native: you’ll learn plant identification, engage in hands-on application of natural gardening practices, help remove invasive plant species and even harvest some of the foods that you will eat during the program.
Joey Kyle is The Mountains Farm Manager. He is a state certified mushroom forager, a fun guy who loves fungi, and a wild food lover. A permaculture practitioner who got his certificate from Wild Abundance in NC, he took his skills to the Philippines to help start a permaculture farm. A world wide WOOFer, and multiculturalist Joey will lead you through the forest with a set of new eyes for what you might find!
For full retreat information and to register visit their website bellow:
Program: September 27 - October 2, 2020
Registration opens: Now
This event will sell out well in advance, please register and pay in full to secure your place
5 nights of accommodations
14 meals (5B, 4L, 5D)
9 expert-led lectures
3 expert-led field trips
9 hands-on experiences
An experienced Group Leader
Customary gratuities throughout the program
Road Scholar Assurance Plan
$1,059 for Double Occupancy
$1,159 for Single Occupancy
"Beautiful region! Friendly environment and excellent food at The Mountain."
-Amy Class of 2016 Wimauma, Fl