Schedule for Robert Eidus and Related Events
Schedule is subject to change. Please check back frequently.
Listen to Plants & Their Friends with Robert Eidus on WART FM radio, 95.5. Saturdays at 10am; Tuesdays at 8pm. Visit www.wartfm.org
September 1 – North Carolina Ginseng season opens. Purchase older fresh roots and green ginseng leaves.
The Southern Appalachian School for Growing Medicinal Plants Presents: A Ginseng Hunt.
This three hour class with Robert Eidus includes a ginseng hunt in the forest. Eagle Feather Organic Farm in Marshall, NC.
Come join us to see Goldenseal and Ginseng in a forest environment as the plants go down for the fall. We will explore a rich Appalachian cove where these plants live and then hunt the ginseng berries. The berries will be eaten for their medicinal benefits and the seeds will be placed in a stratification box for a year. The cultivation of native medicinal plants as a new business opportunity will be mentioned. New marketing strategies and organizations will be highlighted.
Robert is Land Steward of Eagle Feather Organic Farm, owner of the North Carolina Ginseng and Goldenseal Company and has written two booklets on growing programs for ginseng and goldenseal in a chemical free environment. He has also recently produced a video entitled Growing Goldenseal, which is now available.
See Photos from the 2017 Ginseng Hunt >>
Workshop Will Be Held at Eagle Feather Organic Farm, Marshall, NC
Call Robert at (828) 649-3536 for registration or questions.
NO DOGS ALLOWED — CARPOOLING IS ENCOURAGED — LIMIT 20
COST: $80 (work/trade available; sliding scale for students/elderly)
MAKE CHECKS TO: Robert Eidus
300 Indigo Bunting Lane, Marshall, NC 28753
Eagle Feather Farm closes for the season. The farm will reopen in spring.
Friday–Sunday, March 8–10, 2019 at UNC Asheville. Workshops on organic growing and sustainable living. All day for two days with Saturday night activity in Asheville. One day or two day passes, lunch options. Eagle Feather Organic Farm will have a table, stop by.
April 1 – Eagle Feather Farm Intern Season Begins