Alaskan Plants as Food & MedicineRegional symposiums promoting traditional plant knowledge and ethical harvesting
As the reliance upon imported foods has increased over recent generations and as educational dynamics have shifted, a gap in the knowledge, skills and practice related to Alaskan plants as food and medicine has widened. To help bridge this gap, ANTHC’s Health Promotion program supports trainings and regional symposiums to promote traditional plant knowledge, ethical harvesting and traditional ways of gathering and growing our own food.
What’s coming in 2018
In 2018 we will continue to support regions with Mini APFM symposium requests, and plan to offer smaller, more intensive APFM sessions/workshops/courses in Anchorage throughout the year.
ANTHC’s Health Promotion, Wellness & Prevention wants to thank you for your time and shared interest in Alaskan Plants as Food & Medicine.
Our combined efforts to promote traditional plant knowledge and ethical harvesting helps to ensure that our future generations are knowledgeable in regards to the nutritional and healing benefits of plants.