Wild and Edible Plants of Missoula – Late Summer Edition

Wild and Edible Plants of Missoula – Late Summer Edition

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Missoula Public Library

455 E. Main St.

Missoula, MT 59802

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This event has been rescheduled for September 7, 6-8 PM. Enjoy a guided native plant walk in late summer along the Clark Fork River trail.

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Our Wild and Edible Plants of Missoula - Late Summer Edition native plant walk is rescheduled as an evening stroll, to take place from 6-8 PM on Wednesday, September 7. This program wraps up our Summer Learning Program, "Oceans of Possibilities." Join us for this 2-hour native plant walk along Missoula’s Clark Fork River trail – while not an ocean this body of water is the lifeblood of our community! We’ll identify native plants in late summer to learn which ones are edible and even medicinal. Bring a jacket, sunglasses, water, and adequate clothing to be comfortable outside for 2 hours, rain or shine, and meet us in front of the library on Main Street at 6. Group size is limited, and registration is required. If you have questions or if you previously registered and would like to modify or cancel your tickets please email Sarah at svelk@missoula.lib.mt.us.

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