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B.21 Wild Foods and Ethnobotany of the Salish Sea Region--A Walking TourT. Abe Lloyd

photo of berry bush

group of people foraging among trees and bushes

Copyright: T. Abe Lloyd

Winter Huckleberries (Vaccinium ovatum) are common on Whidbey Island

Apply all your senses by joining me for a wild food walk around Clinton. From root to fruit and fern to tree, we will identify edible plants, tell stories, share recipes, contemplate legends, and nibble and pluck our way into knowing.

All ages welcome. We will stay on even ground and move slowly. Please dress for the weather. We will meet in our classroom first before heading outside.

Copyright: T. Abe Lloyd

February is the season for tapping birch and maple for syrup

trunk of tree with tap device inserted

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