Welcome to the November 2009 eNewsletter from Alderleaf Wilderness College!
In this issue...

1.) Feature Article: Wild Edible Berries
The tastiest treats to be found foraging in the outdoors, wild edible berries are a delight to find and to eat....

2.) Alderleaf in the Media
Check out our new web page featuring interviews, videos, and social media with Alderleaf...

3.) Upcoming 2010 Courses!
We've scheduled several new courses and many are back by popular demand. Check out what's coming up in early 2010...


Feature Article:
Wild Edible Berries

By Filip Tkaczyk

The most delicious treats to be found foraging in the outdoors, wild edible berries are a delight to find and to eat! There is a wealth of wild berries throughout North America, and a great number of them grow in the Pacific Northwest region. Berries come in many shapes, colors and flavors. Here are some details to think about as you go out searching for these wild delicacies... Read More!



Alderleaf in the Media

Check out our new web page featuring interviews, videos, and social media with Alderleaf - including a recent interview that aired on From Soil to Soul. From Soil to Soul is a youtube channel dedicated to all that is local and sustainable in the Pacific Northwest!

Media Coverage of Alderleaf



Upcoming 2010 Courses!

We've scheduled several new courses and many are back by popular demand. Check out what's coming up in early 2010. Be sure to register early!

Nature-Based Outdoor Education: Feb 27-28, 2010
This course introduces you to the tools needed to be a nature instructor. Designed for teachers, parents, and aspiring mentors.

Permaculture Design 101: Mar 6, 2010
Join us for a day to learn about the basics of permaculture - a revolutionary sustainable living design system!

Wilderness Survival Weekend: Mar 20-21, 2010
Learn the most important skills for survival: shelter, water, fire, and food. Gain practical, hands-on experience!

Forest Stewardship Course: Apr 3-4, 2010 NEW!
Learn the basics of sustainable home-scale forest management that promotes a healthy, biologically-diverse environment!



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