FORT ROSS: Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Sonoma Coast

Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Sonoma Coast
by Madelene McCann

Join us Sunday, September 27th at Fort Ross State Historic Park for an easy hike as we explore the incredible flora that grows all around us here in the Sonoma Coast. During this seminar, we will learn the traditional medicinal and edible uses of our local plants through story and observation. Come and join us as we celebrate our diverse flora along our beautiful coast line. We will meet in the parking lot of Fort Ross State Historic Park at 10 am and start the hike from there. Bring stable shoes, water and a bag lunch.

Madelene McCann is an herbal practitioner, farmer and founder of Full Moon Folk Medicine. At a young age, she learned from her mother the native and medicinal uses of plants. This kindled a fascination and deep connection with the plant world that has, with the help of teachers and elders, guided her to the teaching and practice of herbal medicine. She is a graduate of the Ayurveda Clinical Practitioners Program at the dhyana Center in Sebastopol, CA, an active member and grower of the Sonoma County Herb Exchange and volunteers her time at two Ayuvedic clinics is west Sonoma county. Madelene has taught herbalism at Humboldt State University, community classes and for environmental education organizations. Through her education initiatives, she hopes to inspire the next generation of plant people.

Eventbrite ticket of $38 for this workshop includes California State Parks kiosk fee of $8/car. Please carpool! For more information, please contact Special Events Manager Sondra Hunter at info@fortross.org 707.847.3437
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