Wild Tea

Saturday, November 21
3:00 – 5:00 pm
$20 member / $35 nonmember
Instructor: Kelsey Low
Ages 12 and up

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Take a dive into the wild and wonderful world of tea! In this class you’ll learn how to make delicious tea using plants you can find in your own backyard. You’ll learn how to identify three tea plants, how to harvest them, and how to prepare them for tea. We’ll provide a fresh bunch of yaupon holly branches (so you can work through the drying process), dried leaves from three plants (yaupon and two others depending on what’s blooming), and a few other goodies for you so you can make tea blends to try or give as gifts. Just come to the Nature Center on Thursday, November 19 or Friday, November 20 (between 9 am and 4 pm) to pick up the supplies. Then, on Saturday, join us online to learn all about wild tea. If you want to taste the tea along with the class, please have some hot water and mugs handy!

The class will be recorded, and the video will be sent out after the class. Registrants will receive a class link on their receipt and will need to use this link to pre-register for the class on Zoom.