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Marc Williams
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Marc is an ethnobiologist studying the connection of people, plants, mushrooms, and microbes for food, medicine, and beauty. He holds a BA in Environmental Studies/Sustainable Agriculture, from Warren Wilson College, and a MA in Appalachian Studies/Sustainable Development, from Appalachian State University. Marc has worked with a multitude of restaurants and farms for over 20 years, and studied and photographed plants in many parts of the world at over 200 botanical gardens and research institutions. He has a particular fervor for fermentation having employed hundreds of species of plants and fungi for a variety of creations over the decades. Marc teaches for many organizations from grass roots to academic in person as well as online. His greatest hope is to help improve our collective situation related to the many present global ecological challenges.

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UPCOMING CLASSES INSTRUCTED BY Marc:
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Nature Studies, Gardening & Homesteading, Cooking
Marc Williams
Appalachian Wild Foods and Fermentations Sunday, Apr 10 - Saturday, Apr 16, 2022


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