Friday, January 8, 2016

Tea, Trees, and Evergreen Leaves at DCP

Pine needle tea is a great source of vitamin C.
Darke County Parks invites everyone to pull up a chair, enjoy a nice cuppa tea, and discover the lore and uses of our woodland trees. On Saturday January 16th at 10am Chief Naturalist Robb Clifford will present a program about natural teas called “Tea, Trees, and Evergreen Leaves” and invites everyone to bring their favorite tea mug along to partake. Participants will sample a variety of teas and discuss the plants and medicinal qualities of each. Attendees are asked to dress for the weather because there may be a short hike to point out the species of interest. Preregistration is required for this free event.

For questions about this or any other Darke County Parks program or to register for Tea, Trees, and Evergreen Leaves, please call (937) 548-0165 or stop by the Nature Center west of Greenville on St. Rt. 502 W.

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