Medicinal Herbs of the Gaviota Coast
**Events may have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the venue to confirm the event.
Date & Time
Sat, Sep 26 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
14550 Calle Real, Goleta
Join local herbalist Emily Sanders on a morning herb walk on the Baron Ranch to learn native medicinal plants of the Gaviota Coast.
During this morning walk, you will learn about the folk, medicinal, and culinary uses of herbs, trees, and shrubs that grow in our own backyard. Safe plant id and ethical wild crafting with be taught, along with easy to make herbal remedies for everyday ailments.
To keep our participants safe during COVID-19, we are making sure to follow the CDC’s and local health department’s regulations for public health and safety. Please check your email as the date approaches for any related updates.
We are currently requiring that all participants wear face coverings and continue to social distance. We are also promoting hand washing or sanitizing before and after our walks, to ensure that we keep everyone healthy in our group.
If anyone is at high risk for COVID-19, we ask that you stay safe in your own home until given your doctor’s “all clear” to return to regular group activities.
$30 – Single
$25 – With a friend ($50 per couple)
$20 – Income impacted by COVID-19
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Artemisia Academy has partnered with the Gaviota Coast Conservancy to put on this live event. The Gaviota Coast Conservancy is dedicated to protecting the rural character and environmental integrity of the Gaviota Coast for present and future generations.
To learn more about the Gaviota Coast Conservancy, please visit: www.gaviotacoastconservancy.org
General Information about this location:
-There are no restrooms available at this location.
-No dogs are allowed at this hike location.
-Children under the age of 12 can come free of charge.