The Many Uses of Black Walnut : An Educational Gleaning Event

The Many Uses of Black Walnut : An Educational Gleaning Event

The Many Uses of Black Walnut : An Educational Gleaning Event

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Join us at the Woodlands to gather walnuts and experience the initial steps of processing them for edible nuts, use as a fabric dye, wood stain, rust remover, and as a powerful herbal medicine

Join POP for an installment of our new Community Gleaning Education Series - featuring community teachers presenting on lesser known fruits and herbs of the orchards. 

This urban nut tree is no stranger to being black balled; its reputation as stained as walkways beneath it. You may, however, be surprised to find this plant a valuable ally with many uses! Join us at the Woodlands to gather walnuts and experience the initial steps of processing them for edible nuts, use as a fabric dye, wood stain, rust remover, as a powerful herbal medicine and natural source of iodine. Bring your own fabric to experiment dying with if you'd like and wear clothes you don't care about to participate in the whole process.

** This series is offered on SLIDING SCALE $5-20. This enables POP to make these learning opportunities accessible to our community, support community facilitators, and provide materials. Please select the level that best reflects your means. Thank you! **  

When
September 28th, 2018 5:00 PM   through   7:00 PM
Location
Hamilton Mansion @ The Woodlands
4000 Woodland Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
United States
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Sliding Scale - $5.00 $ 5.00
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