San Tan Valley Events

Desert Edibles and Medicinals Walk with Dave Morris

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Calendar
Family Friendly
Date
01.19.2020 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location
San Tan Mountain Regional Park
Author
SanTanValley.com

Description

Join Native American naturalist Dave Morris on an easy trail walk to identify some of the desert plants, shrubs and trees that line the trails at San Tan.

Many of these plants have been used the local native people for centuries.

Learn some of the uses and traditional stories of how these desert plants have helped sustain native people since prehistoric times.

What to bring: Closed-toe shoes, water, hat, sunscreen.

Meet at the flag pole. 10-11am.

Location information

San Tan Mountain Regional Park

County
Arizona
Country
USA
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