Herbal pharmacist Dave LaLuzerne will lead an “herb walk” at Ellison Bluff County Park from 10 am to noon Saturday, June 15, teaching the medical and culinary uses of spring woodland plants from ramps and wild sarsaparilla to burdock, bloodroot, trillium and more.
The herb walk is a fundraiser for the Climate Change Coalition of Door County and is limited to 16 participants.The cost is $20 per person; to register call 715.330.4660 or email email@example.com.
Dave LaLuzerne has more than 30 years’ experience learning, using and teaching about herbs. Participants will learn to identify a variety of plants and how and why they can help maintain health and wellbeing. The awakening of plant communities in spring is an enchanting time in Door County and the perfect opportunity to discover nature’s bounty and the power of herbs.
The walk will begin at the Ellison Bluff County Park parking lot, off Porcupine Bay Road.
The Climate Change Coalition of Door County is a non-partisan organization that through education, outreach and civil dialogue increases public understanding of climate change and its many detrimental impacts at home and around the world. Your donation for the Climate Change Coalition to our fiscal agent, Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership, is tax-deductible as allowed by law. Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership is a 501(c)(3) organization.