Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Foraging in The Lifta

Some people dislike the cold and rain. Me? I love it. New wild edible plants starting to pop up everywhere! Come join on a fun foraging walk/hike in the Lifta in Jerusalem on Thursday November 16 at 10 am.

Conveniently located right near the String Bridge/The Tachana Merkazit, the Lifta is the home of an abandoned Arab village with a spring and beautiful scenery and lots of wild edible plants. We'll find and learn about a multitude of edible wild plants, learn how to use them in the kitchen and as medicine, while having a great workout.
This class is a little bit more strenuous than most- please wear hiking friendly shoes and clothing, and strollers are not able to be used on this hike.

We meet at the entrance of the Paz gas station between the string bridge and knisa la'ir.
Cost: 50 shekel, 45 shekel if you bring a friend, and 40 if you've attended a previous foraging class.
Space is limited.
For more information, call 050-710-1791, or email