There are many ways manzanita berries can be used for food. In this workshop we will use the ripe red berries to make two different kind of manzanita crackers. We will also make a delicious herb ricotta cheese from scratch as well as manzanita bark tea.
There are 62 manzanita species native to California. You will learn to distinguish between two common manzanitas that live in the San Diego mountain chaparral. We will talk about which parts of the manzanita are edible and the various ways they have been used in the past.
Cost: $25 per person. Up to 12 people.
MUST register at www.VolcanMt.org/Wildcrafting-Manzanita-2022.