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Whittier Hills Wild Harvest
Hellman Park Trailhead
Whittier, CA
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Whittier Hills Wild Harvest
Food and medicine grow wild in the Whittier Hills. Learn how to identify and harvest edible and medicinal wild plants in this workshop led by wilderness survival educator Jim Robertson.

Whittier Hills Wild Harvest Workshop
Hellman Park, Whittier
Saturday, May 26
9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
$30 ($25 early bird price ends May 20)

Robertson leads a fun and educational nature walk through the Whittier Hills. Learn about wild edibles, local native plant identification, plant communication, medicinal uses, wild soap making, cordage, container-making, aboriginal fire making, and wild harvesting approached with consciousness and integrity.

Robertson brought the class to Whittier in September 2011 for a review of local plants in their fall state. This workshop revisits the same plants in their spring state.

Join the group for a beautiful walk through the Whittier Hills with fellow nature-lovers. The workshop is part of a monthly skill-building series from the Whittier Time Bank and Whittier Backyard Farms.

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About Jim Robertson:
Jim Robertson has been an instructor of aboriginal skills and wilderness survival training for over a decade. He is a volunteer naturalist for the Santa Monica Mountains. Learning aboriginal skills is a pathway to a deeper, more intimate, more meaningful relationship with the natural world.

About the Whittier Time Bank:
The Whittier Time Bank offers neighborly service exchange, skill-building workshops and classes, a monthly Neighborhood Fruit Picking Project, and farm days with Whittier Backyard Farms and Hathaway Ranch Museum.
https://www.facebook.com/whittiertimebank

About Hellman Park:
Bordered on two sides by Rose Hills Memorial Park and on the other two sides by the far fringes of Whittier, this 200-acre park in the Whittier Hills is the westernmost region of the Puente Hills. Hellman's attractions include great clear-day views of the San Gabriel Valley, downtown Los Angeles, the Pacific and Catalina Island.

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Hellman Park Trailhead (View)
Greenleaf Avenue at Orange Drive
Whittier, CA 90601
United States


Categories

Education > Workshops
Food > Food
Food > Other
Other > Green
Social

Minimum Age: 8
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: Yes!
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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