Edible Plants Walk-rescheduled

We have rescheduled our edible plant walk to Sunday, May 6th because the path was too icy. We would like you to join us.If we have a group of 8 people, the cost will be $40.00 per person. This walk is for adult and not suitable for children. There will be a waiver form to fill out.
For more information, please read the following.

Join Full Circle Adventures and Bighill Creek Preservation Society, for an Edible Plant walk on Sunday May 6th, 2018

Learn how to identify the edible and healing plants that grow in the Bighill creek valley. Discover where they grow so you can watch them come up throughout the year. You will learn over 7 edible and healing shrubs, trees and plants and how to use them.
When: from 10 am to 2 pm Where: Meet at the above trail sign, further down the road
What: Bring ice trekkers, just in case. Must sign a Waiver to attend.
Price: $45 per person, bring a cheque or cash

Contact: bighillcreek.ca or info@full-circle-adventures.com for more info and to confirm registration

About Julie
Julie is an IGA certified hiking guide and nature educator. She has interpreted nature to elders, kids and adults, guiding in Southern Alberta for more than 25 years. During this time, she has identified over 500 Prairie, Foothills, Montane, Sub-Alpine and Alpine plants. Sharing her knowledge about this flora, especially the edible plants, has become her passion.
Julie loves teaching everything you need to know about using wild edible plants; identification, growing locations, planting in your own garden if you wish, and sustainable harvesting. Her goal is to help you discover the wisdom of native plants.

Resources
Alberta Council for Environmental Education – www.abcee.org/
Interpretive Guides Association – www.interpretiveguides.org/
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – www.cpaws-southernalberta.org/
Wild About Flowers: http://www.wildaboutflowers.ca/
Bow Point Nursery: http://www.bowpointnursery.com/about/
Boreal Herbal by Beverly Gray: http://borealherbal.com/

 

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