Wild Edibles Walks

  • Apr 20 - Nov 9, 2019

  • Piscataway Park
    3400 Bryan Point Road, Accokeek, Maryland 20607, United States

Description

This series of seasonal walks is designed to support land-based connections, strengthen community ties, and increase our knowledge of native wild edibles. Each 3-hour workshop includes a delicious hot breakfast, an edible plant hike and a wild food tasting.

Pricing Details:

$35 (non-member) 

$30 (member)

$15 (child, ages 7-17)

Discount when you register for the entire series! Get one session free when you register for all four. Choose " Sat, April 20: Entire Series Discount Tickets" at checkout.

Sliding Scale Economics

Due to economic challenges for some, please contact us about situational discounts. We do not ask anyone to explain their situation in detail.     

Discounts

Children (17 and under) must be accompanied by their parent(s). Children under 7 are free.  

Dress for Success

We will be hiking through field and forest, so we recommend comfortable shoes for all terrains.  

Refund & Transfer Policies

If you cannot attend a workshop you registered for, and you contact us immediately, or at the latest, the last weekday before the event, you are entitled to a refund minus the following administrative handling fees: switching to another workshop = $3; sending you a refund check = $5. If you do not show up for a workshop you registered for, you forfeit the full amount paid.

Limited Space Available! – Advanced registration reserves you a place in the workshop. Walk-ons may be turned away if our size limit is reached.

Venue Details
Piscataway Park
3400 Bryan Point Road, Accokeek, Maryland 20607, United States
The Accokeek Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit partner organization of the National Park Service. The Foundation stewards 200 acres of Piscataway Park on the Maryland shore of the Potomac River across from George Washington's Mount Vernon. The park is open daily to visitors, and thousands of school children visit annually for farm-based education, learning about environmental stewardship through a historical lens. With support from donors and members, the Accokeek Foundation provides a natural space for all to enjoy, for generations to come.