From sumac lemonade and wood sorrel to dandelion salad and cattail pancakes, you'll be sure to learn something new on this walk. Join us this month for a tour of common and uncommonly found edible plants on a walk of the Kip Trail in Canton. Having a solid understanding of what is edible and what isn't is key - and will enhance your connection to the local environment as well as your survival skills. This walk will be led by Nature Up North Project Manager Emlyn Crocker. Please meet at the Wachtmeister Field Station at 4:30 pm. To carpool, please meet at the Brewer Bookstore at 4:15 pm (space is limited, please rsvp to email@example.com for carpooling).
This event is part of Nature Up North's Fall 2018 Naturalist Series, on second Fridays September through December from 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm. Keep an eye on our events page for upcoming walks throughout the season.
Nature Up North events are free and open to the public, with all skill levels and ages welcome. Youth under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Directions: Wachtmeister Field Station is located at the south end of the SLU campus in Canton. To get there, proceed south down Park St. approx. 0.25 mi past the campus athletic fields. The drive will be on the left coming from the SLU campus and right if coming from Route 27.