Salmon River, Mt. Hood
The pristine old growth forests of the Salmon-Huckleberry wilderness provide a unique opportunity to experience and feel the magnificence of the west side of Mt Hood. Mature Western Redcedars, Dougals Fir and other conifers show their wisdom and hold the land and spirit of these dense woods. Rare and beautiful flowers, understory plants, lichen and mushrooms complete this “habitat of medicine.” Easy hiking.
Our full-day medicinal plant hikes for small groups include detailed attention to plant identification, ecological awareness, discussion of harvesting techniques and considerations, medicinal uses both traditional and modern, and medicine making.
Date and Times: Saturday, June 12, 10:00am - 4:00pm*
(*exact ending time is approximate and will depend a little on weather and group decision - if we are running a little over, it will always be easy for someone to leave right on time if they have to.)
To bring: Clothes and shoes for all types of weather including warm layers and rain gear and hats. A day pack with enough water for the whole day, lunch and snacks, note-taking tools. Masks required.
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.
When you purchase the class you will be given a link to download the pdf which has directions and other instrictions needed for the class.