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Nicollet Avenue Foraging Nature Walk
May 17th @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Meet at the Nicollet Social Action Center, 3537 Nicollet Ave
- Rain or Shine. Be prepared to walk 10-12 blocks.
- Limited to 10 participants.
- Sliding Fee Scale, recommend between $10-20.
- Face Masks and Registration Required.
Want to know more about the food, plants and animals right under our feet in our urban ecosystem? We can walk right by all kinds of biodiversity and interconnected systems and not know what we are seeing in our own front yards and neighborhood parks. Now, more than ever, we understand our interconnectedness and the need for local knowledge and resilience. We also believe we protect what we love and understand, a key foundation of climate action and engagement!
Minneapolis Climate Action, Kingfield Neighborhood Association and Ironwood Foraging invite you to join us for our Nicollet Ave Foraging Nature Walk. We will practice social distancing, REQUIRE masks and keep it to a small group. Space is limited, so sign up now!
The walk will be led by Ironwood Foraging founder, Tim Clemens. He is offering a nonprofit discount/pay what you can rate with a suggestion of $10-$20.
About Tim Clemens:
Tim is the founder of Ironwood Foraging, offering hands-on foraging workshops in the Twin Cities and began his foraging journey as a child roaming around his neighborhood and exploring Minnehaha Falls.
Tim is the President of the Minnesota Mycological Society, a Minnesota Master Naturalist, and a Certified Wild Mushroom Expert. Tim holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Minnesota and a Certificate in Environmental Education from Cornell University.