Traditional Foods Hike & Cooking Class - Blue Elderberry
Time & Location
About the Event
High in vitamin A and C elderberries are an excellent source of minerals and electrolytes. A not so talked about superfood, they've been a source of livelihood for our first peoples for thousands of years.
Program #1 – Los Gatos Creek - 08/11/20 10AM - 11AM
We'll go on a virtual nature hike along Los Gatos Creek to look for wildlife and to listen to the sounds of flowing water. Along the way we'll point out edible nuts and berries and stop at an elderberry tree to learn about its various traditional uses.
Program #2 – Saved By Nature Kitchen – 08/12/20 10AM - 11AM
Live virtual cooking show. We'll be learning how to destem, mash, boil, and strain elderberry jam so that it can be eaten or jarred for storage.
The first 10 people to register will be put into a raffle to win a free one quart jar of blue elderberry jam. One quart jars will be sold as a fundraiser after the program for $30.
Once you register a Zoom link with password we'll be emailed to you, we'll be using the same Zoom link for both programs.
This event is presented by Saved By Nature in an effort to bring you virtual nature from the safety and comfort of your home.
A donation is suggested https://www.savedbynature.org/donate.
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