Edible Plant Walks and half day foraging outings


Inner City Edible Plant Walks and Half day foraging outings

*Please download and fill in the medical form and send (once filled in) to info@full-circle-adventures.com in order to complete the registration process.

Please bring the printed waiver (if you can) to the course so I may witness your signature. I will also have a few copies with me.

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Our walks are kept to a maximum of 14 people for your learning benefit!

Our Edible plant walks introduce you to a dozen edible, wild plants and non-native species. You learn the basics of plant Identification through your sense of smell, touch, and taste. Your guide shares historic stories of the plants, that help you to connect with each plant and the landscape in which it lives.

On these walks you will learn:

  • Easy methods to identify plants
  • What a healthy plant community is
  • Edible plant parts in the current season
  • A few local toxic plants to avoid and more!

Price per person: $50 for a 2.5 hr inner city walk. Or $65 for the 3.5 hour "out of town" walks.  Kids 8 to15 are welcome. $35 (E-transfer for kids registration!).

Details Price Qty
Sun. May 26th, - Diamond Valley, Edible plant walk in the shade forest and wetlands - Adultshow details + $65.00 (CAD)  
Sun. May 26th, - Diamond Valley, Edible plant walk in the shade forest and wetlands - Childshow details + $35.00 (CAD)  

Spring out of Town Foraging walks - Full day.

Locations include: Bragg Creek, Diamond Valley, Sibbald area and High River.

These powerful programs include: tea samples along the way, plant ID, tasting, ethical foraging techniques and collection, taking home a selection of plant foods for your pantry. Tools and containers provided. Price per person $70 for 4 hours full of great plant teachings!

Details Price Qty
May 26th - Diamond Valley area - Adultshow details + $70.00 (CAD)  

More Introductions to ethical and safe foraging is found at building plant relationships

Re-discover your sacred nature!

"I had an excellent, educational, relaxing edible herb walk with Julie Walker. The route was not too crowded and full of interesting plants. Julie was very enthusiastic and knowledgable about edible plants. Our group felt safe and well cared for with her as a guide. I would recommend this experience for any foraging, nature, or herbal enthusiasts. Very inspired teachings and extremely honorable interactions with nature. Thanks Julie!" - Kelsey B

"I always know and trust you will be providing a magical experience for folks." - Malcolm Saunders, Proprietor, the Light Cellar


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  1. Janice Rider on March 28, 2017 at 3:44 pm


    I had the pleasure of joining you for your March 26th, Sunday Edible Plant Walk. I was most impressed! You have an obvious passion for plants, speaking about them with obvious fondness and awe, and a deep respect for First Nations culture. As well, you convey information about trees, shrubs, and flowers in an engaging way. Thank you for using your time and energy on behalf of the natural world.

    Janice Rider

  2. Diana Seward on April 5, 2017 at 4:32 pm


    Are there any Edible Plants walks planned for this year?

    Thank you,


  3. Julie Walker on May 28, 2017 at 12:49 am

    Thank you Janice. Sorry for my tardy response. We have been busy in the field all this month! I believe we talked about your interest. Please remind me, did we talk about you wanting to forage? Thank you Janice. It is easiest to reach me at info@full-circle-adventures.com

  4. Julie Walker on May 28, 2017 at 12:55 am

    Hello Diana, our next program is June 11th. Please send me an e-mail to info@full-circle-adventures.com and I can give you all the details. We are slowly changing our programming format and the website. My apologies for the tardy reply and thank you so much for your interest!
    Blessings, Julie Walker