Come join me on a comfortable stroll through a small yet incredibly rich nature park where wild foods such as blackberry, nightshade, watercress and walnut mingle with escaped peaches, figs and even mulberry.
This will be an easy, slow paced walk with frequent stops to discuss our relationship with plants as well as forage on a mainly paved trail(we will occasionally go off to find certain species).
Directions: When traveling south on Peyton Drive look for a small entrance on the left hand side between the streets of Bayberry and Autumn(Park on either street). If you have trouble finding parking you can always make a right on Bayberry Drive and then a left on to Oak Creek Road(right around the corner)where there's always plenty of space.
What to bring: Not necessary but recommended; water, camera, pen/pencil, notepad, collecting bag, bowl, knife, etc.
Cost: $20(Adults) $[masked]yr.) Kids 12 and under are FREE