Sunday, December 18 at 10:00 am
This field-based series will take place across the seasons with spring, summer, fall, and winter walks at Wissahickon Trails' preserves. Guest leader and Herbalist, Alison Rohde, will share identification tips and information about the edible and medicinal plants of our region, as well as ways they can be used and enjoyed. Walks will be slow-paced with plenty of time to stop and appreciate the incredible array of plants within Wissahickon watershed. This walk will take place at Willow Lake Farm.
We are happy to offer our programs at no cost to participants, but if you are able, a $10 suggested donation would be greatly appreciated. Wissahickon Trails is a local, community-supported nonprofit. Our budget depends entirely on the generosity of our supporters—individuals, foundations, and corporations. Donate online today.
Willow Lake Farm, 7000 Butler Pike, Ambler, PA 19002 (behind CVS)
Paved parking lot behind the CVS
Free; donations accepted