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Wild Foraging Educational Trip – Lummi Island

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Adult Ages 17+
Private Group Private Group up to 16 people
Large Group Private large Group

Kayak and Forage at the Beautiful Lummi Island, Washington!

A short 20 minute drive from Bellingham, you arrive at a quaint little ferry landing, where you will catch a short six minute ferry ride to the beautiful Lummi Island, population 964. This slow-paced, magical little island will inspire you to relax and enjoy the rhythms of the island life.

Our Wild Foraging Educational Tour is similar to our full-day Lummi Island Tour in route and length. But on this specific trip, we will take more time to explore “sea food,” learn sustainable harvesting methods, rules and regulations, as well as receive a Wild Foraging Educational packet, developed by Jennifer Hahn, author of Pacific Feast: “A Cook’s Guide to West Coast Foraging”. If the season allows, we will enjoy a wild foraged snack along the way. These trips are scheduled around some of the lowest tides of the month, therefore are limited in availability. Please check our calendar for our suggested dates to book. However, if you would like to request another date, please don’t hesitate to ask just know that the diversity of intertidal and sea foraged snacks be more limited due to the tides. Generally we focus on edible kelp and seaweed!

Enjoy the San Juan Islands without the hassle of long ferry lines and short travel time!

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