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The hills are green, the sun is increasing, and it’s our best time of year for edible plants!

Urban Trail Foraging: Winter Bike TourFebruary 13 2016, Saturday 10am-12 pm (Walnut Creek) $25 — There are a lot of edible plants growing all around our amazing bike trails in the Diablo Valley. I would argue we  have some of the best bike trails in the world. And they cut right through a very prime growing environment for many types of plants — many of them edible.  Join me on a 5-8 mile bike tour (it’s all paved so road or mountain bike is fine) and discover all the edibles.  $25 per person.

Wild Edible Plant Foray and Tour — February 27 2016, Saturday 10am-12pm (Lafayette Community Park meeting spot, Lafayette) $40 — Join Kevin Feinstein (Feral Kevin) on a guided tour of local edible wild plants in the hills East of the Caldecott tunnel.   In this class we are able to actually forage for many things!   So not only bring your learning hat, but your bags and clippers, too.

Wild Edible Plant Foray and Tour — March 12 2016, Saturday 10am-12pm (Lafayette Community Park meeting spot, Lafayette) $40 — Join Kevin Feinstein (Feral Kevin) on a guided tour of local edible wild plants in the hills East of the Caldecott tunnel.   In this class we are able to actually forage for many things!   So not only bring your learning hat, but your bags and clippers, too.

Wild Edible Plant Foray and Tour — March 20 2016, Sunday 10am-12pm (Lafayette Community Park meeting spot, Lafayette) $40 — Join Kevin Feinstein (Feral Kevin) on a guided tour of local edible wild plants in the hills East of the Caldecott tunnel.   In this class we are able to actually forage for many things!   So not only bring your learning hat, but your bags and clippers, too.

Wild Edible Plant Foray and Tour — March 26 2016, Saturday 10am-12pm (Lafayette Community Park meeting spot, Lafayette) $40 — Join Kevin Feinstein (Feral Kevin) on a guided tour of local edible wild plants in the hills East of the Caldecott tunnel.   In this class we are able to actually forage for many things!   So not only bring your learning hat, but your bags and clippers, too.

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