Medicinal Plant Identification Walk
Well likely encounter many tender green plants of spring, such as Indian Plum, bittercress, stinging nettle, chickweed, and others. This will be a chance to get in touch with the green world around you. We'll look closely at what's happening in buds, well taste bark and well learn to discern which trees are above our heads by their leaves and branches. Join us!
We will be meeting at Fauntleroy Park, at the entrance just off of Barton Street.
DATE: March 23, 2:30-4pm
LOCATION: Meet at The Barton Street entrance at Henderson (https://goo.gl/maps/6FB9sgPKBq32) There's plenty of street parking.
COST: $20 per person
MAX: 25 people
Please kindly note that dogs are not allowed on the walk, and neither are children under the age of 10.
ABOUT ADIANTUM SCHOOL: The Adiantum School is a small, independent herb school in Seattle offering classes on foraging, plant ID, herbalism and medicine making. www.adiantumschool.com
ABOUT CAP: The mission of the Community Acupuncture Project (CAP) is to provide high-quality treatment at affordable rates to as many people as possible, and as often as necessary. Our clinic is located in the heart of West Seattle and we are open 7 days a week.
Fauntleroy Park (View)
3951 SW Barton St
Seattle, WA 98136
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|