Becky Beyer is an avid homesteader, craftswoman, and botanical illustrator. She holds a Masters in Appalachian Studies from Appalachian State University, where she teaches Ethnobotany and works in the State Herbarium. She teaches locally and throughout the Southeast on topics of wild foods, Appalachian folk medicine and food ways, as well as a variety of primitive skills and crafts. Get her take on the folkloric uses of Southern Appalachian plants on her blog at Blood and Spicebush, or check out her courses at The Sassafras School.
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