Oct 13, 2018 | 10:00 AM | Saturday
EDIBLE & MEDICINAL PLANTS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY: Seasonal Herb Walk (Fall Session)
Start on : October 13, 2018 10:00 AM Saturday
End on : October 13, 2018 4:00 PM Saturday
From the wind swept coastal bluffs along the Pacific Ocean to the arid, high elevation mountain peaks of its north eastern border, the Los Angeles County region provides us with the opportunity to view a large variety of botanical specimens all within a relatively small geographical range. Join us as we discover together the diverse array of both edible and medicinal plants found growing within these contrasting yet closely interconnected plant communities. Historical and modern medicinal applications will be covered along with any edible and/or utilitarian potential. Tips on basic/intermediate plant identification will be offered with a special emphasis on plant family characteristics as well as differentiating poisonous look-alike plants from their beneficial counterparts.
-FALL SESSION- (Coastal)
Santa Monica Mountains (near Malibu, CA)
Saturday, October 13 (2018). 10am-4pm. $50
Detailed directions and other more specific class info (including carpool networking) will be emailed out to the registered/paid students by October 3. IMPORTANT NOTE: this message will be sent to the email associated with your Paypal transaction (and for some people this may not be their primary email). No refunds will be issued after September 14.
Instructor: Tellur Fenner of the Blue Wind School of Botanical Studies in Ukiah, CA.
Make sure to bring: Water, lunch, notebook, hat/sunscreen, rain gear, and a camera.
Class will occur RAIN OR SHINE! :)
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Interested but don't have a car? Inquire about carpooling options.
Frequently asked questions:
-How long/demanding will the hike be? Typically no more than 2-4 VERY moderate miles...with LOTS of stops to ID/discuss plants.
-Can I bring my dog? Sorry, no pets (for a long litany of reasons).
-Is it OK to bring my child? My 6-hour adult-level field classes are in no way suitable for children. Trust me: they would be bored to tears.
-I noticed you're teaching more than one cl