This women-only morning retreat is designed to introduce you to the ways of the sisterhood of women who have throughout history looked to the land and local plants for life! As you explore Silverado Canyon you will learn about the historical connection between women and wild plants. Discover various local plants and the many ways you can use them to provide food, medicine, building materials, and more!

Learn to identify a variety of wild plants, taste edible plants, and create rope from yucca. Take a few hours to immerse yourself in the magic of plants, reconnect with nature, and make new friends. 

Big Oak Canyon creek

Learning Objective

  • Go on a hike to identify local, common plants
  • Taste edible plants
  • Create a rope made of yucca
  • Explore plants’ many uses for
    • food
    • medicine
    • craft
    • and more!

Women and Wild Plants Overview

When: Saturday, July 16th 

Time: 7-10am

Where: Big Oak Canyon, driving directions will be sent after registration.

Who: Ages 16 and up

Pricing: $45 per person


Registration deadline for Women and Wild Plants: One week prior to class date
All workshops require minimum participant enrollment to run. Camps that do not meet the minimum enrollment will be canceled.