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Ian Carr

St Paul, MN
North House Folk School photo of instructor, Ian Carr

Ian delights in the tranquility of nature and the joy of food. Whether arm deep in muck harvesting lotus tubers or blissfully roaming the pine barrens in search of blueberries and hazelnuts, wild plants and the traditional methods of gathering, processing, and cooking them form the core of his interests. A lover of history, he has a passion for the place where traditional craft and contemporary sustainability meet. Originally from the Twin Cities, Ian has spent time as a builder, as a cook, as an arborist, and even as a 2019 North House Intern. Learn more about the internship program here.

Current Courses Offered by Ian Carr

Teaser image for Processing Wild Foods and Home Grown Grains/Legumes

Processing Wild Foods and Home Grown Grains/Legumes

This class will be a deep dive in processing wild foods. Most commonly foraged and home garden foods…
Fri, Dec 9th, 2022  –  Sun, Dec 11th, 2022
9am-5pm each day
Instructors: Eric Edgin, Ian Carr

Past Courses Offered by Ian Carr

Pollinator Palaces: Mason Bee Houses Built by Kids