Edible, Medicinal or Poisonous? At the Eddy Discovery Center

. June 1, 2016.

Shows like Survivorman and Man vs. Wild helped ignite America’s interest in wilderness survival techniques. Washtenaw County is no different, as abundant outdoor areas and local plants make it the perfect place to explore and learn! The Waterloo Natural History Association is giving participants a chance to do just that with “Edible, Medicinal or Poisonous?”, an event led by Rowena Conahan, founder of the Nature Learning Community. Walk on the Discovery Center trails and learn to classify plants. Advance registration required. 

 

Sunday, June 5 | 2pm | $2/person | $5/families
Eddy Discovery Center | 17030 Bush Rd. | Chelsea
734-475-3170 | wnha.org

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