On behalf of the South Jersey chapter of the American Herbalist Guild, Brit Brennan welcomes everyone to a wild medicinals weed walk that will take place here at the Taylor River Side Farm and Wildlife Preserve.
We will meet at the farm stand across from the grass parking area near the first farm fields that you pass on the gravel road.
This is just a walk for fun to learn about medicinal plants growing in the area and to make connections in the community with others interested in plants. Taylors Farm/Preserve is a very beautiful and special place near and dear to my heart with so much life and beauty to explore. This event is open to the public, so please share it with anyone you think may be interested.
Save the date & hope to see you there!
Scooby Doo, is that you?
We ran into Scooby on the trail by the river, today. He wasn't alone! There's quite a bit of debris (no offense, Scooby) on the river bank. It's inevitable, since the river carries and deposits garbage over time.
Thankfully, we have volunteers who are willing to gather it up whenever they can. Today, a lovely young couple, Manny and Bianca, dropped by, picked up some garbage bags that we had to offer, and went off to clean up the trails! It'll make a huge difference. That riverbank trash takes a while to accumulate again.
Feel free to make use of the trash receptacles along the trails when you visit. There are also larger garbage bags available on the porch at the big yellow house (#5).
Thanks to those who volunteer, in any way! And thanks to Manny and Bianca!!
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