Next Foraging Walk 11/7

Mmmm...dandelion leaves on their way to being delicious in curry!

We are in the full swing of autumn, the most important season for foraging. This is the time when the plant world gives us gifts of the most nutritional parts — fruits and nuts — and it’s the most incredible beauty we’ll see all year.

You can learn all about it at the next urban foraging walk scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7, happening rain or shine. Wesley and I will take you on a plant identification walk to learn about hawthorn berries, cedar, chestnuts, walnuts, acorns, and of course lots of greens. Then we’ll have an herbal smoking circle in a local park followed by a mystery tincture meditation. (Every class is a new tincture. More info on the classes page.)

Because I got a lot of feedback from participants who love our walks but can’t afford to pay much, we’re now asking $15 or pay what you can. Details follow below.

What: Urban Foraging Walk, Smoke Circle and Mystery Tincture Meditation
When: 2 p.m. on Sunday Nov. 7
Who: myself (foraging blogger Becky Lerner) and herb guru Wesley Martuscewicz
Where: Gravel lot at NE 23rd & Alberta Street, Portland, Oregon

RSVP is requested (but not required) by e-mail to RebeccaELerner[at]

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