Listen to the birds sing, watch tender shoots expand and leaf buds burst as Spring unfurls. Join us as we explore the wild edible plant world. In this class we will identify plants, discuss ethical and honorable harvesting, forage a wild edible meal, and discuss ways of processing and storing plants.
In Family Plant Edibles we will make vinegars, herbal salts and tasty wild recipes!
This class is intended to enhance your connection to local plants by eating on the wild side. It will help you and your family know why what grows where and how our green allies nourish our bodies. Nettling anyone?
10:00 to 3:00 – Saturday April 8th at the Lord Hill Regional Park in Monroe, WA– Open to ages 10 and up (8+ with an adult)– Tuition $45-65 per student with family discount.
To register or for more information, email Hawkeye at “firstname.lastname@example.org”