Thursday May 3rd

One Time Only

Our native desert flowers offer an array of nutritional value. Let's learn what flower offers what!

We will harvest FOR SURE: cholla buds and cholla flowers.

We MIGHT find: ocotillo flowers or prickly pear flowers.

And POSSIBLY: who knows what other flowers we'll find!

WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING:
* A permit to be on state land. This can be obtained here: https://land.az.gov/recreational-permit-portal

* AT LEAST one basket, bowl or container to hold flowers/buds. If you plan on harvesting more than one, it's a good idea to bring multiple containers

* Scissors or pruning shears

* Tongs - BBQ style preferred as the offer a longer reach

* Water

* Gloves - preferably animal skin of some kind

WHAT TO WEAR:

* Closed toed shoes

* Pants are suggested

WHAT TO BE AWARE OF:

* It's snake season! Listen and be aware of your every step!

We will meet on the west side of the road. There is a dirt lot for parking.

This is a FREE class and open to the public.

Contact Henderly Ramsey

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Intensity

2 / 10 Level
Awareness of desert terrain is essential.

Kathy

"I have begun taking Restorative Yoga by Henderly offered at the Civic Building. I have really benefitted from what I have learned. The restorative poses release and stretch muscles and feel wonderful. I really appreciate and enjoy this class. She is a great teacher."

Eddie

"Right up my alley. It suits my needs. I'm simply looking for easy workouts initially to soothe body woes that come with an active lifestyle and the Yoga Basic classes are spot on. "