American River Conservancy

Rescheduled NEW DATE Saturday, January 27th 2-5pm

    Join California naturalist and author of Why We Need to Be Wild, Jessica Carew Kraft, for an exploration of mid-autumn plants that can be incorporated into your meals, projects, and holiday observances. After a short exploratory identification walk, she will demonstrate how to process acorns, make ink with oak galls, create festive wreaths, and craft mullein torches to light up your home for Halloween and the early nights to come. You’ll return home with some of these items and more understanding of how to responsibly harvest and use abundant native plants. Steady rain or lightning storms will postpone. Ages 8+ welcome. Meeting location Gold Hill/Placerville area. Cost: $5/person or $20 max./family. A detailed email will be sent once you register online. REGISTRATION LINK

American River Conservancy

Jan 27, 2024
2:00 PM PST to 5:00 PM PST
RSVP Required