Cheaha State Park

Forest & Field: Stalking the Wild (Medicinal/Edible Plants)

Event Dates:
January 23, 2022, 2:00 pm
January 23, 2022, 4:00 pm
Jan2022Forest & Field: Stalking the Wild (Medicinal/Edible Plants)

Forest & Field: Stalking the Wild (Medicinal/Edible Plants)

Due to inclement weather, this event is rescheduled from January 16th to January 23rd.


"The ability of a bark, leaf, or root to transform the body in a positive manner is a mystery that serves to daily rekindle my passion for the natural world."

-Darryl Patton, The Southern Herbalist


Darryl Patton has been hunting, gathering, and working with medicinal plants for thirty-one years on Lookout Mountain in the Southern Appalachians. Darryl is a Master Herbalist and brings years of experience to the field of alternative medicine. Known for his easy-going approach to teaching the identification and uses of medicinal plants, Darryl has been called a walking encyclopedia of herbal folklore. Join Darryl for this medicinal and edible plant stroll at Lake Cheaha.


For more information or to purchase a ticket email or call 256-412-9938.

Date: January 23, 2022

Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: Cheaha Lake (Meet on Interpretive Center Porch)

Fee: $25 per person; No refunds after January 9, 2022