Edible, Medicinal, & Useful Plant and Mushroom Walks

Join us monthly year-round to learn how to identify edible, medicinal, and useful wild plants and fungi in-the-field in Baltimore city and county. $15 per participant for standard walks, a little different for other walks. The kids walk is for ages 7-14 and the child must be accompanied by an adult, however the chaperoning adult is asked to stay on the periphery for the duration of the walk.

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2017 Dates:

 

June 18th, 10 am – 12 pm in Lutherville-Timonium with Mangy

July 9th, 10 am – 12 pm in Kingsville with Mangy

August 13th, 4 – 6 pm in Parkville with Mangy

September 9th 4 – 6 pm Cockeysville Mangy

If Paypal isn’t your thing and you’d like to pay at the event just send us a message and let us know you’re coming. Click the CCF logo to be taken to contact page…

**Notice of cancellation must be given 48-hrs in advance of any of our workshops or events in order to request a refund. Cancellations are subject to a $5 restocking fee. **

 

Gerald-G-KU-taraxacum-officinale-BWCome on out for one of our monthly plant walks, a great way to learn about wild plants in-the-field, to verify your plant identification with a local expert, ask questions, and meet other like-minded folks. Each of a season’s walks takes place in a different local landscape, to offer participants a rich exposure to the wide range of edible, medicinal, and useful plants and mushrooms in this region. Every season also offers new opportunities for encountering plants in different stages of growth, and for discovering new ones! So come out and learn with us throughout the year!

Suggest materials: unlined journal/sketchpad, writing utensil, comfortable clothes & walking shoes, and water.
$15 per participant, per walk

Registered participants will receive detailed directions and parking instructions to the walk’s start location.

*No one will be turned away from our programming due to lack of funds. If you have a sincere desire to learn contact us about other arrangements.

Super informative. Learned so much
on a walk in the park or rather
on the edge of the park. Eating wild
was fun and yummy especially the bounty
of Chicken in the Wood that I made off with.
Victoria is an encyclopedia of all things plant.
Look forward to the next walk.
-Carole ~2014 Plant Walk 
Had a great time and learned a ton
of information! Maybe at the cooking part
we can find some “May apples” but it was great!
What a wonderful way to spend a delightful
Sunday evening! The wood sorrel will round out
the bitter greens, perfect!
-Suzanne  ~2014 Plant Walk
Victoria and Eric were fantastic!
Learned a great deal. What fun!
-Nan  ~2014 Plant ID Walk