Acorns: A Native American Staple
Native Wintu herbalist Ted Dawson will discuss the acorn, from harvest to food items. You will be invited to join in grinding acorns with mortar and pestle and be rewarded with the best acorn dishes in Shasta county. You are probably aware the acorns were a staple food of the Native Americans of California, but did you know the acorn oil is a remedy for poison oak? Bring the family. NO COST Meet at the HCCP parking area on Clear Creek Road about 7 miles west of Hwy 273, just west of the Clear Creek bridge.
Date & Time
November 8, 2015
Add to Calendar 11/08/201501:00 PM 11/08/201511:59 PM America/Los_Angeles Acorns: A Native American Staple Native Wintu herbalist Ted Dawson will discuss the acorn, from harvest to food items. You will be invited to join in grinding acorns with mortar and pestle... More info at www.enjoymagazine.com/events/72406/acorns-a-native-american-staple Horsetown-Clear Creek Preserve POB 107 Igo Ca 96047 , Redding, CA 96001 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927
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