Master Naturalist Amy Morie
Nature Center program Saturday, April 20 at Camp Chowenwaw County Park – “Florida’s Wild Edibles”
Ever wonder what unknown delicacies might be growing in your own backyard? Join local landscape architect and Master Naturalist Amy Morie for an informative look at Florida’s many wild edible plants. The program will include classroom and field activities to introduce you to the many native plants that can make Florida plates taste great!
A Florida native who grew up camping, fishing and hiking throughout the state, Amy Morie, ASLA, discovered Landscape Architecture as the perfect intersection of her interests in art, nature, science, and education. Through the profession she developed a passion for public space projects and working with local communities to plan and develop parks, trails, and environmental education. Amy currently heads Mulberry Hill Studio and volunteers in the community with Florida Master Gardeners, Florida Master Naturalists, Florida Fish and Wildlife, and Florida 4-H. Her interest in native edibles extends from the field to the kitchen to the classroom.
Meet at Camp Chowenwaw County Park’s Kiwita Nature Center at 11 am on Saturday April 20, 2019. Nature Center exhibits are open 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. that day.
Camp Chowenwaw County Park is located at 1517 Ball Road, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
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