- December 9, 2018
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Join educator and naturalist Stephen Kane during a hands-on workshop where you will learn to create useful durable baskets from local, ethically harvested materials. These rustic baskets are beautiful in their simplicity and allow you to exercise creativity based on the materials available for foraging. No prior basket making experience needed. Learn basic techniques from harvesting techniques to assemble of your basket. Participants will make and take home their own basket.
This class will be held Sunday, December 9th 10am – 1pm EST.
Tuition is $50
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Instruction: Stephen Kane
Stephen Kane is a passionate teacher, with a master’s degree in education. After many years of teaching inside the classroom, he is currently working at Bok Tower Gardens as a Garden Educator. His lifelong love of plants has taken him many interesting places as he continues to answer the call of the plants. His passion is ethnobotany, especially man’s call from the natural world to be in balance with the earth. He is an earth-skills practitioner learning and teaching others valuable lessons of survival living. Stephen studied wilderness survival and earth skills at The Tracker School, where he completed over 20+ classes. In the 1990’s he taught wilderness survival at the Red Hawk Outdoor School and led many survival treks into the Catskill and Adirondack Mountains. Over the years he has continued teaching others and for the last six years has held an annual wilderness survival weekend for charity in central Florida. He is blessed to learn from Emily Ruff and all the amazing teachers at the Florida School of Holistic living where he completed the community herbalist program. Stephen shares his life with his wife Sara and is most proud of their two children who continue to teach and inspire us.