Pringle Nature Center program to explore wild edibles

Rose hips. /Photo by Oceancetaceen via Wikimedia Commons under Creative Commons license.

Ever get the munchies out in the woods?

If so you might want to check out the the Pringle Nature Center’s Saturday Night Campfire Talk: Wild Edibles on Saturday, May 8 at 5:30 p.m.

Participants will sit around the campfire and learn about what in nature is safe to eat and what isn’t. From rose hips to pine needles, you’ll learn what it looks like and what might be something pretending to be it. In case of rain, the talk will be held in the nature center.

Friends of the Pringle Nature Center can attend for free. General public is $2.

For more information call 262-857-8008.

The center is located in Bristol Woods County Park, 9800 160th Ave. (Highway MB), Bristol.


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