Wednesday, August 20, 2014
People have been requesting evening wild edibles walks, so let's see how it goes! Join us this Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 6:30 pm at the Schenley Oval in Pittsburgh, PA.
Easy Walk: Flat, 1K (0.67 mile) loop around Schenley Oval. Pittsburgh, PA.
Type of Walk: Educational! We will find and discuss about 20 edible and medicinal plants on the walk. We will discuss how to identify and use these common plants. Bring your camera, a notebook and a bag if you want to collect some Hawthorn berries.
Cost: $10 adults, $5 kids age 6 - 17, (kids 5 and under are free)
Where: Schenley Oval. We’ll meet by the bathrooms at the top of the oval, near the track.
When: 6:30 pm until about 8 pm or so.
Facilities: Bathroom, Port-a-Potties, water fountains.
RSVP: Please let me know if you are coming on the walk! Please email Melissa@FoodUnderFoot.com. We are going to limit the walk to 20 people, so if more than 20 want to come we may be able to offer a second walk on Thursday evening. Please RSVP as soon as you can, thanks!
We hope you are able to join us next Wednesday evening, August 27, 2014 at 6:30 pm for a walk on the 1K loop around the Schenley oval in Pittsburgh, PA. We were just up there today and were amazed at the bounty of wild edible and medicinal plants! In one loop around the oval we saw over 20 plants (and mushrooms!) we can discuss including Dryad’s saddle (this early spring mushroom comes back in the fall!), red clover, dandelion, burdock, motherwort, Hawthorn, lambs quarters, acorns, plantain, wood sorrel and so much more!
Our weekends are booked through mid-September, but look for some fall hikes coming up at the end of September and into October.
Hope to see you there!
Questions? Call Dave at (412) 381-0116
Register by email: Melissa@FoodUnderFoot.com
$10 adults, $5 kids 6 - 17 (kids 5 and under free), bring cash or check to walk
Posted by Melissa Sokulski at 7:42 PM