Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Prairies Course


Investment: $400, or two payments of $225

Register before March 31st, 2021 and receive a 2-hour plant walk this summer for FREE!

Want to learn to forage?

Is memorizing plant names just not working for you?

Then this class is for you!


  • A botany and wildcrafting primer: Learn how to identify plants, recognize plant families, and respectfully harvest plant parts. We will learn their growth habits, and where they can be found, as well as how to identify dangerous look-a-likes.

  • Overview of edible and medicinal plants that grow well in a USDA Zone 3 climate. Did you know that there are over a dozen edible or medicinal plants found in the average yard in Regina? Did you know you can grow apricots and goji berries here? That’s only the tip of the iceberg!

  • In-depth study of 10 useful and resilient plants; and how to grow, harvest, and propagate them.

  • Permaculture planting techniques for optimal success including: the building of a food forest, passive watering techniques, and companion planting for pest control and optimal growth.

  • How to design your landscape using edible perennials

  • 50+ page resource on plants most commonly used in permaculture design in the prairies

  • $200 off of the Permaculture Design Certificate Course (offered ONLINE HERE)


This course is an in-depth look at the plants briefly covered in my plant walks and foraging tours, as well as an extensive guide to growing unique edible perennials on the prairies. We will cover how to save seeds, and propagate cuttings, where to source plants and how to grow them using permaculture techniques for the best possible outcomes.

At the end of this course, you will be comfortable growing and foraging many plants for consumption and use, and will have a new appreciation for all that grows in our climate.

My goal is to have you learn how to feel confident identifying and using plants on your own from the wild without relying on others!

During this journey though, I am available for any and ALL questions. Ask away!