Gathering wild onions is a local Cherokee tradition. From family gatherings to community dinners, wild onions continue to be a favorite and popular part of Cherokee meals in the spring. Join us in learning more about identifying the plant, using sustainable gathering practices, and the uses of wild onions. Guidance is given by Cherokee citizen Feather Smith, Secretary of Natural Resources Manager - Ethnobiology.
Classes fill up quickly and will be capped at 5 people, so be sure to reserve your spot today!
No reservations will be taken after 4:00 PM (CST) the day before the class.
Cancellations must be given no later than 24 hours before the class.
Class to be held at the Saline Courthouse Museum at 55870 S. 490 Road in Rose, OK 74364 from 10AM - 2PM and you are asked to bring a sacked lunch.
Participants age restricted to 16+.
Please Note: A confirmation letter, indicating the number of reserved spots, will be emailed to the email given on the order. Letters may be presented on phones or in physical form. If reserving a spot as a gift, please leave a note during the checkout process indicating who the recipient will be and their email address so the email can be sent to them.