Connect with Nature at Whole Health Nation Plant Walk
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From 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, naturalist J. E. Bradley will lead the Whole Health Nation Plant Walk. Bradley will identify and talk about the medicinal, edible and survival uses of the plants around the Swamp Rabbit Trail. Attendees will also learn how the different parts of the ecosystem fit together.
“Connection with nature starts by recognizing local plants and learning about them. We are part of an interconnected living system, and knowing how to use the resources around us helps us be resilient. The wonder and awe of the natural world is a balm for the soul in these times,” says Bradley.
Bradley is a senior mentor at Green River Preserve, leading educational hikes and teaching pioneer skills. She is an herbalist and artist who is entertaining, vastly knowledgeable, and enthusiastic in her love of the natural world.
The mission of Whole Health Nation is to expand our collective concept of health while supporting local connections in our communities, and to educate and develop skills that empower people to live a vibrant, health-filled and purposeful life. Whole Health Nation hosts monthly events centered around health, community and creativity.
Cost: $15 for non-members. Location: Swamp Rabbit Café, 205 Cedar Lane Rd., Greenville. For more information, email Studiobug7@gmail.com. For more about Plant Friends and how to become a member, visit WholeHealthNation.com.
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