When: Sat., June 25, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 2016
Join us for the third annual Seaweed Workshop at Fort Ross and support the Marine Ecology Program! We live in abundance, including a rich variety of seaweeds! Seaweeds can be used as food, medicine and fertilizer. Nori, wakame, bladderwrack and kombu are just a few of the local seaweeds that we'll learn about. Go out in the morning with expert guidance, we'll go on a foray and practice our identification skills and more. Later in the afternoon, the informative illustrated presentation includes how to identify, sustainably harvest and use our coastal "sea vegetables,"
Price: Special event fees apply; $40 full day including lecture and field work, or $20 lecture only (plus California State Parks $8 per car entrance fee).