Herb Walk: Sonoma Valley Regional Park • April 14th • 10-1pm

We are blessed to live in one of the most biologically rich areas in the world, from wetlands and estuaries to coastal scrub and chaparral to grasslands and redwood forests. Each ecosystem fosters a diversity of edible and medicinal plants that have been used as food and medicine for time immemorial. Learn to identify our abundance of California native plants and wild weeds and explore their traditional and current medicinal uses.

These walks are at an easy pace and suitable for all ages. Bring a notepad and pen, snacks and water and appropriate outdoor attire. Learn to see the world around you with a new understanding and a deeper connection to the natural world.

We will be walking around Lake Suttonfield next to Sonoma Valley Regional Park. Meet at the Arnold Drive entrance of Sonoma Valley Regional Park. Parking is available on the street. It’s a favorite entrance to the park for locals. It is a dirt trail, gentle ups and downs. Can be muddy if it has rained recently.

Please follow these directions and not Google Maps. If you rely on GPS, then get directions to the Sonoma Development Center and then follow the remaining below directions.

From Santa Rosa, take Hwy 12 to Glen Ellen. Turn right onto Arnold Drive. Follow Arnold Drive past Jack London Village and quite soon you will see cars parked on the left side of the road. Drive a li9le bit further across the bridge to Sonoma Development Center where you can turn around and return to the parking along the road.

From South: From 116 turn right onto Arnold Drive. Continue past the Golf Course on your left. Drive past Sonoma Development Center and as you cross the bridge you will see cars parked alongside the road (Arnold Drive). Park here. We will be at the Arnold Drive entrance.

WHEN: April 14th from 10am until about 1pm.

COST: $0-80 donation per person. 100% of your donation goes to supporting our community clinic. Find out more about our clinic here.

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