Helping Others Connect with Nature

Outdoor Adventures

Programs for all ages

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For All Ages

There are a number of opportunities to explore backyards, swamps, marshes, and forests and become familiar with the plants and animals that live there. Programs promote getting outdoors and connecting with nature while developing skills for being outdoors.

Foraging – identify, gather and prepare wild plants to use for food and medicine.

Green Farmacy – Learn to make lotions, potions, oils, and salves for health and wellness.

Wilderness Survival Skills – develop basic survival skills for being outdoors, including food, water, shelter, firemaking, tracking, and more;

Wetland Wildlife – explore ocean and bay waters to discover the plants and animals that live there.

Customized tours can be scheduled to accommodate groups or individuals. Rates vary depending on group size and needs.

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Schedule


Herbal Food Farmacy

Herbal Medicine Chest

Saturday, September 8, 2018 • 1-4:00 p.m.

Find out how to stock your medicine chest with herbs that can be used for common ailments – headaches, fever, cuts and scratches, and more. Discover which plants can be used and find out which ones grow in your backyard, meadows, and forests. Learn how to prepare basic remedies that are safe and effective as well as put together your own First Aid Herbal kit.

Cost: $25/person, includes handouts, recipes, and your own First Aid Herbal kit.

Registration: To register, email name, address, and phone number to wildfood@cox.net . Directions will be sent upon registration. Payment can be made by cash, check, or credit card upon arrival.


Fall Fruits

Saturday, September 22, 2018 • 1-4:00 p.m.

Identify fruits that ripen in the fall and find out how to prepare them for food and medicine. Learn how to prepare teas, tinctures, and syrups that can be used to prevent colds, flus, and boost the immune system. Samples will be available for tasting and to take home.

Cost: $25/person, includes handouts, recipes, and samples for tasting.

Registration: To register, email name, address, and phone number to wildfood@cox.net . Directions will be sent upon registration. Payment can be made by cash, check, or credit card upon arrival.


Wilderness Survival

False Cape State Park

Sunday, September 23, 2018 • 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

Develop basic survival skills while hiking and exploring the maritime forest, dunes, and marshes at False Cape State Park. Identify wild fruits and find out which are edible and which to leave for the birds. Learn how to prepare them and taste samples of dishes prepared with wild fruits.

Cost: $25/person, includes transportation into the park, educational material, and taste samples.

Registration: To register, email name, address, and phone number to wildfood@cox.net . Directions will be sent upon registration. Payment can be made by cash, check, or credit card upon arrival.


Herbal Food Farmacy

Herbal Medicine Chest

Saturday, September 29, 2018 • 1-4:00 p.m.

Find out how to stock your medicine chest with herbs that can be used for common ailments – headaches, fever, cuts and scratches, and more. Discover which plants can be used and find out which ones grow in your backyard, meadows, and forests. Learn how to prepare basic remedies that are safe and effective as well as put together your own First Aid Herbal kit.

Cost: $25/person, includes handouts, recipes, and your own First Aid Herbal kit.

Registration: To register, email name, address, and phone number to wildfood@cox.net . Directions will be sent upon registration. Payment can be made by cash, check, or credit card upon arrival.


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