Home Grown, Home Made: Edible Plant Walk with Paul Steury.
Home grown, home made: Edible Plants Walk with Paul Steury
- there will be two sessions to this event. One at 7 PM and another at 8 PM. If your are registering on or past August 7th, you are in the group meeting at 8 PM.
Paul Steury once found over 30 wild edible plants between Maple City Market and the Millrace! Learn what can be found this summer by joining us in taking an edible plant walk with Paul Steury on Monday, August 17th at 8 pm. During a short walk starting at Maple City Market, Paul will share his extensive knowledge of locally edible plants.
This outdoor, socially distanced workshop will start and end at Maple City Market. The event is accessible to all ages who can responsibly respect social distancing. Come prepared with a mask, good walking shoes, and sun protection!
More about Paul: For the environmentally conscious in Goshen, Paul Steury needs little introduction. Over the years Paul has worked hard to educate the Goshen community on environmental issues through work at Merry Lea, solar advocacy, and, most recently, as an advisor to the city of Goshen developing a K-5 environmental curriculum. Paul also organizes the monthly meet-up “Green Drinks” and has been essential to bringing major environmental voices to the area by organizing for speakers such as Bill McKibben, Katharine Hayhoe, David Orr, and others. We are so excited to see what Paul can teach us this time!