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    Crossville, TN

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  1. They do excellent in full sun after they are more than 1 year old, it’s hard to start them from seeds, or much harder than digging up a already established sapling2-3 ft tall. Supposed to have more than 1 for pollination, I have heard they need to be unrelated also. When you find a thicket of them, when you start digging you will see that generally they propagate from root runner instead of seeds. I get 30+ lbs of fruit from my tree, except for this year it didn’t have very many.
  2. Edible wild plants class Aug 31 @1:00CST. Be prepared to be outside in the heat and bugs for 3 hours, we will also hike a mile or so. Class size will be limited to 15.
  3. Crossville, Tn and it will last 4 hours or so, I’ve had a lot of kids come to it at 10 and younger, we’ll let them blow a ember into a fire if you don’t mind. PM me if you want to sign up.
  4. Free primitive fire building class in Crossville, TN on June 1 @ 1:00 CST. We will cover tinder and wood selection, making charcloth, hand drill, bow drill, flint and steel, fire piston, ferrocerium rods. Improvised man made emergency tinder. Class size will be limited to 15.
  5. Thanks Dirtshooter, glad you liked the class. Digging enough of that stuff to get you by would be a long, hard day.
  6. FREE Edible wild and Medicinal plants class in Crossville, TN. Class will be on May 4 1:00PM CST. Class size is limited to 15 and will last about 3 hours. Be prepared to hike a mile or so regardless of the weather. Several folks on here have been to my classes. If I do not respond back to a message or request, I probaly did not see it, so keep trying. Thanks
  7. I understand. My work schedule requires me to work 2 weekends a month, so I am limited to what days I can have these classes.
  8. FREE Edible wild and Medicinal plants class in Crossville, TN. Class will be on April 6@1:00PM CST. Class size is limited to 15 and will last about 3 hours. Be prepared to hike a mile or so regardless of the weather. Several folks on here have been to my classes. If I do not respond back to a message or request, I probaly did not see it, so keep trying. Thanks
  9. That’s a long way offfor me to go, I will be giving some more in my area next spring starting in late March, early April. Check out my Facebook page”Edible wild plants and primitive living skills of Grassy Cove.
  10. Frre trapping class in Cumberland County TN ON OCT 27@1pm CST. I will cover some primitive snares and deadfalls as well as modern equipment. Class size is limited to 10 and will last 3-4 hours
  11. Edible wild plants class in Crossville, TN on May 5 2018. Class starts at 1:00CST, and class size is limited to 15. Be prepared to hike a mile or two. Text me at the provided number in this ad to schedule or for more info. Thanks for your interest. See me on Facebook @ Wild edible plants and primitive living skills of Grassy Cove
  12. Free Edible wild plants class in Crossville, Tn April 7 @ 1:00 PM CST. Class will last 4 hours, be prepared to hike a mile or so. I will only be doing this one and another one in May this year. Class size is limited to 10. Thanks for looking

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