Cordage From Wild Plants

cordageIn this session, Jason Hogans will teach you how to process dry stalks of the dogbane plant, using their strong fibers to make cordage such as twine, string and rope. Participants will be learn how to identify and harvest eligible wild plants and use their fibers to make cordage.

Jason Hogans – New Culture Earthskills

jasonwilderness“I love wild nature. I love the idea of living in balance with the natural world and teaching wilderness living skills makes me happy. I have been into wilderness living in a hands-on way since about 2006 and have taught at group events like birthday parties and festivals, as well as private tutoring sessions in the setting of my client’s choice.”

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