This walk is full. Registration is closed.
Medicinal and Edible Plant Walk with a focus on traditional uses of native flora
Saturday, August 14
8am to noon
We need to begin early to avoid possible rain and thunderstorms
Safety is the #1 concern.
The walk will be cancelled if there is heavy rain or lightning in the morning.
In the ponderosa forest near Flagstaff.
The exact location will be shared closer to the date.
A vehicle is needed to get to this plant walk.
There is no public transport.
The walk is about 3 miles total.
It is mostly flat and the trail is rocky and uneven in places.
There is a 10-15 minute hike uphill toward the end of the plant walk.
What to Expect:
The hiking pace is slow with several stops along the way to see, touch, photograph and possibly taste various plants.
Traditional uses of the plants will be shared with each stop.
Dress for the weather – August – 7,000’ – rocky trail – possible rain
No video recordings although photos are welcome
What to Bring:
Water – Snacks – First aid kit
There are no toilet facilities other than what nature provides.
This plant walk is free to the public.
Space is limited
Only people who have previously registered may attend.
What to Do:
Contact me via email with your name and phone number in case you need to be contacted at the last minute on the day of the walk.
No pets are allowed
Only people who have previously contacted me with their name and phone number can attend.
The group is kept small by design to allow for a quality experience.
There will be no discussion of the current C*V*D health issue nor advice given about personal medical issues.