WildCraft began in our rural studio, in the hills above White Salmon, WA in the summer of 2013. The goal was to create a space where interdisciplinary practices could live side by side, informing and expanding the approach to each study.
In the spring of 2018, we moved into downtown White Salmon, to the historic Pioneer Building (216 E Jewett Blvd). From this shared space, we offer weekend workshops in craft, textiles, Native art and herbal medicine. We use this studio as a starting place for many of our foraging workshops, wildflower walks and place-based expeditions.
Classes at White Salmon Studio:
Spring Medicine Making
Saturday April 28, 2018
It’s time for new growth and a fresh start: and time to supporting the body’s transition from winter hibernation to the active season of spring!
Columbia Gorge Dye Plants
Saturday May 05, 2018
The Eastern edge of the Columbia River Gorge, with its dramatic cliffs, rolling grasslands, and windswept hillsides is barely two hours from Portland, Oregon
The Gorge Fire - A Perfume Tribute
Saturday May 19, 2018
This class will pay homage to the special burned places in the gorge by creating a medicine perfume from the essences of the many aromatic plants that grow there.
At Home in the Wild: Camp Pro
Sunday June 03, 2018
Do you dream of getting away from it all and finding your own sacred place in the wilderness?
Summer Medicine Making
Saturday June 16, 2018
Summer is the perfect season for interactive learning on herbs and practices that support healthy gut balance.
Intro to Jewelry: Hand-Carved & Cast Rings
Saturday June 23, 2018
Beginning with a piece of jeweler’s wax, students will learn to carve, melt, drill & saw, forming a custom and uniquely shaped ring.