June 11, 2022
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
In this walking plant identification workshop, participants will learn to identify over 20 wild plants that can be used for food and medicine. Monarda will talk about how to identify the plants, how and when to harvest and how to use them. We will be looking as trees, shrubs, perennials, natives, non-natives and annuals. Bring a camera and feel free to record or take notes. We will be moving around, but not walking far.
Patient instruction, and by the end of class, you will have gained knowledge about how to identify and use wild plants for food and medicine.
You should bring…
- A camera (or your phone)
- Something to write on, and to write with, while out in the woods.
- Wear clothes appropriate to the weather conditions. Classes are only canceled for extreme weather.
No prior skills or knowledge required.
Best for Ages…
13 and older
Additional Materials Available for Purchase After Class
The instructor will be selling dried herbs and teas.
Venue: 239 McDonnell Rd
Classes at 239 McDonnell Road (on the northern end of Duluth) may take place outside, or in a detached, unheated garage. Bathroom facilities are a portable toilet.
Click on the map image to open directions in Google Maps:
Pull into the driveway, and park as close to the garage as you can, leaving room for others to come and go.
For some classes, we will use a rough walking trail around the perimeter of the property: