All are invited to a series of hikes and knowledge shares that emphasize the many edible plants and fungi along this watershed. This week we will explore the rather forlorn and overgrown Mount Moriah Cemetery. It is presently carpeted with red clover (which has medicinal benefits, especially for menopausal women); there is also milkweed, yarrow, brambles, fleabane, daylilies, and other full sun specimens, then down along the creek there are more of the woodland species we have previously encountered. We will meet at the main entrance, which is on Kingsessing Ave at 62nd street. We will commence with our hike at 10:10; the loop should take about 2 hours. The 13 trolley takes one directly there, and there is free street parking, but it is a rather poor and blighted neighborhood, so please be aware. I will be biking but I am unsure of the best route-- Woodland ave does have a bike lane, but Kingsessing may as well. This should be an interesting and unique segment of our exploration of Wild West Philly!