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Restoration with a Twist | Blossom & Leaf

Saturday, June 23, 2018
2:00pm - 5:00pmSeattle, Washington

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Seward Park Audubon Center

5902 Lake Washington Blvd. S, Seattle, 98118

Charley Wilkinson
Development Director
cwilkinson@audubon.org
206-652-2444 x 111

Restoration with a Twist | Blossom & Leaf

June 23, 2018 - Seattle, WA

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Restoration with a Twist | Blossom & Leaf
Saturday, June 23
2:00 pm- 5:00 pm
$10 per person (participants must be 21+)


Join us at the Seward Park Audubon Center as we launch our Young Professionals Summer Series focused on Native Plants! Help us restore the forest habitats of Seward Park, while mastering foraging skills, meeting new friends, and testing seasonal recipes to use in your own native plant cocktails.

June 23 | Blossom + Leaf

July 28 | Berries + Fruits

August 25 | Nuts + Seeds

September 29 | Roots + Barks

Each month we'll spend time tending the Seward Park forest restoration site, followed by hands-on learning with The Foraged Cocktail—Mother-daughter team of ethnobotanist Heidi Bohan and mixology maven Dea Allgood—who will guide our exploration of cocktail alchemy using plants native to Seward Park.

We'll feature seasonal native plants in our interactive lesson to create a unique cocktail ingredient, followed by a native plant happy hour! Learn to craft cocktails from PNW native plants such as blue elder, Oregon grape, devil's club, salal, nettle, wild ginger, wild rose and acorns by creating ingredients like bitters, liqueurs and shrubs along with botanical syrups and garnishes from these wild plants.

This Audubon series is designed for those who identify as young professionals, and is generously supported by the Coleman and Susan Burke Center for Native Plants. 21+ participants only.

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