There are many reasons why people might have an interest in learning more about wild, edible plants: an interest in natural/organic foods, as an outdoor hobby, as a way to save money, and for those with an interest in developing survival skills.
In this outdoor program, naturalist Dave Bendlin will lead participants in a hike around the gardens and the woodland trails across the street to observe and identify a variety of common wild edible plants. He will also point out some common poisonous plants that should be avoided and offer some guidelines for collecting and preparing wild, edible plants.
1. Call Rotary Botanical Gardens at 608-752-3885 to complete registration over the phone
3. Call Laura Peterson at 608.314.8415 or email at email@example.com