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Medicinal Herb Walk with William Broen

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Los Liones Canyon Trail

Los Liones Canyon Trail

Los Angeles, CA 90272

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Discover local and wild healing herbs in this informative, interactive, and fun herbal walk with herbalist William Broen.

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~ A Co-Opportunity Community Event ~

Medicinal Herb Walk with Herbalist William Broen

Saturday, February 22, 2020 ~ 10:00am - 12:00pm ~ Los Liones Trail in Pacific Palisades

Free for Co-op Member-Owners / $15 Non-Member Donation Due at the Walk / Free Parking​

Spend 2 hours discovering a wide variety of healing plants located here in Southern California. Including Black Sage, Fennel, California Mugwort, Mexican Elderberry, Oxalis, Mustard, California Poppy, California Sagebrush, Plantsin, Yellow Dock, California Blackberry, California Wild Rose, Purple Sage, Lemonadeberry, Coast Live Oak, and more.

Sponsored by Co-Opportunity Market

About William Broen

A bioregionally focused herbalist who has been leading herb walks and doing talks and other events for over 20 years all over Southern California and the Western United States, William attended the Pacific School of Herbal Medicine. He regularly attends educational events by other herbalists and at herb conferences and has been leading walks through the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden for 8 years and the Fullerton Arboretum for about 5 years.

On his walks, William describes worldwide and local traditional and modern uses of 15-25 plants (depending on location). He also describes ways that a plants survival strategies effect how they affect us, how plant communities interact, the benefits of growing native plants, how our senses tell us about how plants interact with us, fun folklore and legends, and much more. The walks and events are informative, interactive, and FUN.

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