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Ila Hatter
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Ila is an interpretive naturalist, artist, and wildcrafter who has taught the cultural heritage of native plants for over 30 years. She has appeared on CNN, NBC, A&E, national PBS, and on UNC-TV's "Folkways." Ila is among the women featured in the book "Women of the Smokies." She has produced videos, "Wild Edibles & Medicinals of Appalachia" and "Mountain Kitchen" (filmed at the Folk School.) She is the editor/publisher of "Roadside Rambles," a wild foods cookbook, and editor of "Plants of the Cherokee." A recipient of the Achievement in Cultural Preservation award from NC State University, Ila learned garden cultivation and the art of finger weaving from her adopted grandmother, a Cherokee elder.

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UPCOMING CLASSES INSTRUCTED BY Ila:
SUBJECT
INSTRUCTOR
CLASS TITLE
DATE
Weaving
Ila Hatter
Finger Weaving Friday, Apr 6 - Sunday, Apr 8, 2018
Gardening & Homesteading, Cooking, Folklore, Sewin
Ila Hatter
Appalachian "Woman's Work" Sunday, Apr 15 - Saturday, Apr 21, 2018


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