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​Wild Plant Propagation Series: All 3 Classes

Join us for a 3-week deep dive into propagating wild plants of the Salish Sea bioregion. Each week, we will explore a different method of propagating PNW Native plants for local landscapes.

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​Wild Plant Propagation Series: All 3 Classes
​Wild Plant Propagation Series: All 3 Classes

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05 mar 2024, 16:00 – 19 mar 2024, 18:00

songaia + rite of passage journeys basecamp

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WILD PLANT PROPAGATION: SERIES

date + time:

tuesdays

new dates: mar 5, 12, 19 • 4-6pm

**note** this series has been delayed one week to account for Katie being out sick.

location:

songaia + rite of passage journeys basecamp • bothell, wa​

more info:

Join us for a 3-week deep dive into propagating wild plants of the Salish Sea bioregion. Each week, we will explore a different method of propagating PNW Native plants for local landscapes. We look at propagation from different cultural perspectives, and learn how to discern which method to use for our goals.

mar 5: seed-starting

mar 12: roots, rhizomes, tubers and bulbs

mar 19: cuttings**

**Note: This is a make-up date. The farther we move from winter (thanks to an early spring), it is more likely our cuttings class will focus on softwood cuttings, layering and other ways of propagating with aboveground plant parts that are not asleep for the winter.

Each class will include plenty of time for hands-on practice.  Participants are invited to bring home their seedlings, cuttings and more to restore a landscape of their choice.

community dinner option: In the spirit of building community, participants are invited to stay after class to join the Songaia community dinner at 6:15pm. $5-15 suggested contribution (cash). Let us know in your registration if you intend to join!

cost:

$40-65/class  (sliding scale)

$110-$185/full series (sliding scale - save $10)

includes all supplies. at checkout, please enter an amount above $40 that feels generous to you to offer.

about the instructor:

Katie Vincent is an ecological garden coach, consultant and designer based out of Duvall, WA. They’ve worked with plants and people for over 18 years, most recently as the garden manager at Bastyr University and as a lecturer for UW School of Landscape Architecture. Katie believes that in these extraordinary times of climate upheaval, the Earth needs all the “green thumbs” it can get. They offer courses and coaching to birth the next generation of soulful, attuned land stewards in their small business Tending Alive: www.tendingalive.com.

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  • Wild Plant Propagation Series

    Join us for a 3-week deep dive into propagating wild plants of the Salish Sea bioregion. Each week, we will explore a different method of propagating PNW Native plants for local landscapes. We look at propagation from different cultural perspectives, and learn how to discern which method to use for our goals.

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