Hatter, Ila


Year(s)
2015
Expertise/Position
Botany
Bio

Ila Hatter is renowned for her extensive knowledge of plants and their folklore. She produced “Roadside Rambles”, a wild foods cookbook, the DVD “Mountain Kitchen” and a video series “Wild Edibles & Medicinals of Appalachia”, and edited the ethnobotany book: “Plants of the Cherokee”. Ila hosted “Folkways” and “Our State” programs for UNC-TV (PBS) and has appeared on CNN, TurnerSouth, RFDTV, and A&E networks. Her website www.wildcrafting.com features plant photos, videos, and other educational links.