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Wild Food Potluck & Edible Plant Walk!

Looking forward to sharing a meal and wild walk with you!  Please bring boots & park at Clearview Animal Hospital,[masked]th. St. SE, Snohomish, 98296.  We are the big white farm house with blue trim kitty corner to the NE from the hospital.  Park at the house when the lot at Clearview Animal Hospital is full.  Thanks!

Potluck at 6:00 p.m. Please list recipe ingredients on a 3X5 index card & place it next to your dish when you arrive; index cards will be available.

Wild Edible & Medicinal Walk at 7:00 p.m. Led by Chris & Kim Chisholm of Wolf Camp! Chris is the Director of Wolf Camp and author of Wolf Journey Earth Skills Training Course; Kim is a Wolf College coordinator with a B.S. in Wildlife Science.

Edible & medicinal plants previously identified on the property include: Chickweed, Nettles, Dandelion, Cat's Ear, Plantain (broad and narrow leaf), Clover (red & white), Western dock, Oregon grape, Indian plum, Wild rose, Mint, Maple, Thimbleberry, Doug fir, Blackberry, Salmonberry, Fireweed, Grape, Hazelnut, Cleaver, Huckleberry, Yarrow, Thistle, Elderberry (red & purple), Huckleberry, Alder, Hemlock tree, Willow, Dogwood, Lady & Shield Ferns. We'll cover different uses for various parts of plants; edibles as well as safe, effective, alternative relief for common ailments such as stomachache, headache, & woman's issues! We'll identify highly poisonous species (such as Digitalis) when found. Other home apothecary & survival plants will be introduced as time allows.

Pursue what nourishes you! Learn to safely identify nature's free, delicious, organic health bearing offerings. $10 class fee requested by instructors.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Yum, making raw nettle pesto over zucchini noodles, ginger raspberry lemonade, dandelion tea, and wild blackberry sorbet!

    May 3, 2011

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