Edible Plant Walks

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Inner City or half day, Edible Plant Walks

All our walks are small group size for your maximum benefit! We limit them to between 8 and 12 participants.

Please do not participate if you have the following flu symptoms in the last 10 days: Fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills.     Thank you for your consideration!

Our Edible plant walks introduce you to a dozen edible, wild plants and non-native species. Build your relationship with the plant kingdom using all of your senses and hearing cultural stories that help connect you with the plants.

On these walks you will learn:

  • Easy to remember identification skills
  • How to identify a healthy plant family
  • Edible plant parts in the current season
  • A few local toxic plants to avoid

Price per person: $45 for a 2.5 - 3hr long walk

Price per person: $65 for a 3 to 4.5 hour walk                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Sat. July 30th - Moss, Lichen, Fungi and Sap A journey into the primal world of the deep woods. Explore the rich world of a moist Spruce Forest. In the shade of this older forest the primal plants thrive. Learn to identify and explore these ancient plants.              Where: Brown Lowrey Provincial Park Time: 10 to 1:30 Price: $65

Tues. Aug 9 - Foods of the Canyons and coulees - Deep in the shade, along a tiny creek is a unique habitat where very specific plants grow. Learn the wisdom, the foods and nutritious plants of these special places.                                                                                            Where: Big hill Creek, Cochrane Time: 9:30 to 1:30 Price: $65

Thurs. Aug. 11 - Plants of the sacred Prairies - A true intact prairie grasslands grows more edible foods than any other habitat. Many sacred plants also grow here. Learn the secrets of our Sacred Prairie grasslands and the special plants that grow there.                          Where: Nose hill park Berkley Gate entrance Time: 6 to 8:30 pm Price: $45

Sun. Aug. 21 - Seeds of the land - What seeds are edible? How do you identify the many plant seeds of your favorite edible plants? Complete your knowledge of the life cycle of the wild edible plants of the Foothills.                                                                                    Where: West Bragg Creek Time: 9:30 to 1:30 Price: $65

Sat. Aug. 27 - Fungi, Lichen, Moss and sap, A journey into the primal world of the deep Spruce forest. In the shade of this old growth forest, the primal plants learn to thrive! Learn to identify a few of these ancient beings.                                                                             Where: Brown Lowrey Prov Park Time: 9:30 to 1:30 Price: $65

 

Fri. Sept. 9 - Late ripening berries and plants. Each plant has it's own season. Discover the late ripening berries and the late season edible flowers and plants.  Where: Sandy Beach park Time: 9 to 12:30 Price: $45

Tues. Sept. 13 - Fall fruits for tea, jam and baking.  Cool nights and the changing season can be a factor in the fruits of the fall harvest. Connect with the seasons and life cycles in the world of edible plants.                                                                                                        Where: Edworthy park, river side. Time: 6:30 to 8:30 pm Price: $45

Fri. Sept. 16 - Fruits and nuts of the forest. North facing hills are shady and cooler, often the season for fruits and seeds is a bit later here. Take a walk in this riparian forest and shrublands for the berries and seeds along the Bow river.                                                              Where: Bowness Park  Time: 6 to 8:30 pm Price: $45

Wed. Sept. 21 - Equinox plants of the northern hemisphere. Many of our edible plants grow throughout the top of our planet. Northern Hemisphere plants are different from Southern hemisphere plants.  What edible and medicinal plants here, grow in Norway, England or France?                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Where: Weaslehead park, south entrance Time: 6:30 to 8 pm Price: $45

Details Price Qty
Sun. Aug. 21 - Adultshow details + $65.00 (CAD)  
Sat. Aug. 27 - Adultshow details + $65.00 (CAD)  
Fri. Sept. 9 - Adultshow details + $45.00 (CAD)  
Tues. Sept. 13 - Adultshow details + $45.00 (CAD)  
Fri. Sept. 16 - Adultshow details + $45.00 (CAD)  
Wed. Sept. 21 - Adultshow details + $45.00 (CAD)  

Re-weave your connection to the wild places. Give yourself the gift of deep nature knowledge.

 

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

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7 Comments

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

    Julie,

    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. Jola May on April 1, 2017 at 3:04 pm

    Hi Julie, Jola (May) here (403-804-8626 cell), I’d love to join your outing for Sun Apr 9 Bowmont, Sun May 7 Weaslehead, Jun 4 Black Diamond “The Stop Cafe” (9:30-2:00) forage & harvest walks. please inform me of the cost involved. and any other details that would be helpful to know.



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

    Hello,

    Are there any Edible Plants walks planned for this year?

    Thank you,

    Diana



  4. 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
    Blessings,
    Julie*



  5. Julie Walker on May 28, 2017 at 12:53 am

    Hello Jola, lovely to hear from you! My apologies for my late reply. I have been in the field much this month! I am designing programs each month this year, for a new roster that will be consistent for next and future years. So the website is slowly developing into a new look and new programs. Our next outing is June 11th and I just accidentally erased the register here button! I will get my web person to fix it! It is also on Eventbrite. Please e-mail me at info@full-circle-adventures.com and I will send you the information. Thanks again Jola May for your interest! Blessings, Julie*



  6. 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



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

    Thank you for signing up Michelle!