Mary S. Young Park

This 128-acre close-in park gives many opportunities to study mature native forests of the Willamette valley, as well as dozens of understory plants both native and naturalized. This is a day of easy hiking learning the medicines of the forests all the way down to the banks of the Willamette river. (This beach is known for its agates!) 

 

Hiking difficulty: Very Easy.

 

This is a full day of plant medicine exploration. Study in the field includes botanical identification, ecological awareness, discussion of harvesting techniques and considerations, medicinal uses both traditional and modern, and medicine making. Tincture tasting may be included, with the opportunity to purchase plant medicines if desired. We will take a mid-day lunch break.

 

Date and Times: Saturday March 19th 2022, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm 

End time is approximate and depends upon weather and other circumstances.

 

Location: Mary S. Young Park, West Linn. Details about the exact meeting location are included in the PDF.

 

Important: When you purchase the class you will be emailed a link to download a PDF file containing details about the class location and other necessary instructions. This link will be active for 30 days. If the link expires you may email us for a new link. However, as we prefer to spend our time in the woods rather than on the computer, we recommend downloading the file immediately.

 

Refund policy: Full refund for tuition (minus $15 admin fee) up to 1 week before the day of the hike. Less than 7 days before the day of the hike 50% of tuition can be refunded. No refunds are possible less than 24 hours before the start of the hike or after the hike has begun.

Mary S. Young Park

$45.00Price