Beacon Institute Offers Walk & Talk on Wild Edibles July 12

Sarah Elisabeth

Sarah Elisabeth

Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries presents a Walk & Talk on wild edibles at the Center for Environmental Innovation and Education. Explore Denning’s Point for wild edibles and healing herbs with Sarah Elisabeth, an herbalist in the Wise Woman Tradition, at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 12. Elisabeth’s knowledge, combined with a personality that somehow invites the spring, makes for an irresistible morning tour at Denning’s Point in Beacon.

Elisabeth has studied with Susun Weed for 11 years and has been teaching for four years at a number of respected venues such as the Green Thumb Grow Together, Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture and Common Ground Farm. She is featured on the Friends of the Woods blogtalkradio program, is the founder of Groundwork, a women’s farming coop, and is herbalist at the Sargent-Downing Gardens and Nursery. She also extends her knowledge into private gardening creating edible landscapes. Visit for more information.

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