Monday, July 4, 2016

Northeast Summer Events


I am pleased to announce that the botanical adventures will be continuing through the Summer months! The greens are abundant and the flowers are in full bloom with new faces appearing daily, so what better place to be but in the woods and on the trail! I will be traveling throughout Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey, so take a look below to see if there is an event in your area. I am continuing to add new events, so please do check back at my Facebook page, www.Facebook.com/thebotanicalhiker for updates. If you would like to schedule an event with me, please shoot me a message there. I hope to see you on the trail!

WHPC 90.3 FM - Natural Nurse Ellen Kamhi, an interview with the Botanical Hiker
July 6th 12:00 pm and July 10th at 11:00 pm

Plant Walkin' and Cider Drinkin' 
July 17, 1- 4 pm
Join me at Cider Creek Hard Cider for a walk along the Finger Lakes Trail where we will identify wild edible and medicinal plants. This easy 1 - 2 mile hike begins and more importantly...ends at the tasting room where you can enjoy a cold cider and wild edible refreshments. Pre-registration is required and group is limited to 25 people, visit the Facebook link below for more details and to register.
https://www.facebook.com/events/804740379626326/
 Location: Cider Creek Hard Cider in Canisteo, NY
Cost: $20 per person

Susquehanna Sierra Club and Triple Cities Hiking Club Outing
July 24, 1:30 pm
Become a member of the Susquehanna Sierra Club or Triple Cities Hiking Club and join in the fun! I'll be leading a plant walk at 1:30 on the nearby Finger Lakes Trail. At 4:00 reconvene in Greenwood Park for a vegetarian potlock.
 Message me at Facebook if you are interested in joining.
Location: Greenwood Park in Lisle, NY
Cost: Membership fee

Festival of Wood
August 6 and 7, 10 am - 5 pm
Find me at the Delaware Highland Conservancy table. This organization does incredible work for our regional wild lands! Learn more about our protected lands, how you can get involved and pick up a signed copy of my book, "A Guide to the Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Finger Lakes Trail"
http://www.greytowers.org/festival-of-wood/
Location: Grey Towers in Milford PA
Cost: Free

Plant Walk with Skylands Sierra Club
August 13th, 10 am - 1pm
Join me for a walk inside one of New Jersey's state parks where we'll identify our local edible and/or medicinal plants. An inside scoop...this hike will include a waterfall and the water-side loving plants!
Group is limited to 20 people and pre-registration is required
Contact David Alcock to register: dwhoob@hotmail.com to register
Cost: $20 per person

Delaware Highlands Conservancy Picnic
August 27, 12 - 4:00 pm
Here I will be leading an hour-long easy hike along a woodland trail on the 119 acre Lemons Brook Farm. There will be a community potluck, live music, and activities for children of all ages. Come join in the fun!
Pre-registration is required
Visit this link to register: http://www.delawarehighlands.org/newsevents/event/62-member-and-volunteer-thank-you-picnic
Location: Lemons Brook Farm in Bethel, NY
Cost: Free and Open to the Public

Adirondack Mountain Club Monthly Meeting
September 15, evening (time to be determined)
Join me for a presentation about my hike along the Finger Lakes Trail and N NJew York's edible and medicinal plants
Contact me at my email or on Facebook if you would like to attend.
Location: Binghamton, NY
Cost: Membership fee to Adirondack Mountain Club


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