This exceptionally diverse forested park is a west side gem. Enormous Douglas firs tower over the lovely trails. The riverside areas along Rock Creek are full of diverse wildlife. This is a perfect place for the study of native trees… magnificent Redcedars, Maple, Ash, Yew, Alders, Oak, Hawthorn, Red Osier, Douglas fir and true firs… The trees and understory plants in this amazing park are healthy and thriving, and we get to hang out with them while we explore their medicine. Learn botanical identification, ecology, harvesting and medicine preparation.
Join us for an easy half day hike amongst the mighty giant trees!
Hiking level: very very easy. Kids and families are welcome on this hike. (Please register for any praticipating individual over the age of 12)
To bring: warm clothes and rain gear, mask, snacks, water, note taking materials
Date: Friday, August 27
Time: 10:00AM - 1:00PM
Location Note: We are meeting at the SOUTH Entrance Parking Area of Noble Woods Park in Hillsboro, (off SE Century Blvd and SE Borwick)
Outdoor class refund policy: A refund (minus a $10 admin fee) can be given for cancellations up until 24 hours before the event. No refunds are possible less than 24 hours before the class, or for no-shows on the day of the event.