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Promenade découverte « Plantes comestibles et médicinales »

Guided walk, open to all, to discover the uses and malicious tricks of mountain plants

 

Half-day walk on the Grave or Arsine, to learn to recognize plants and their medicinal uses, their possible edibility, and the preparations or recipes to use!

 

Overtures :

From 10/06 to 15/09, daily between 9 am and 12 pm.

Subject to favorable weather.

 

 

Fleur - Villar d'Arène - La Grave

Place du Téléphérique
05320 La Grave

 

Phone : 04 76 79 90 21

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