Tours & Activities

Live (Real Time) Online Tours

& Customized (Asynchronous) Video Tours

My virtual tours and activities are an affordable $10 per person. I accept PayPal or Venmo payments 24-48 hours in advance. Just contact me.

Are the below descriptions boring? Request your own

Live tours are 1 hour in length and typically begin no later than 9 am. You sit back and relax at home and I’ll walk you through some awesome spots via Zoom. We can chat via Zoom audio during the tour.

A customized video tour will be similar content, but I’ll simply make an unlisted video and post it on YouTube and provide you with a private link. The video is not interactive, so please do be as specific as possible with your video request.

3Thornton Creek Watershed Tour

We’ll “meet” at a beautiful watershed restoration project in north Seattle and learn about how this project contributes to the health of Lake Washington.



duwamishSouth Seattle Socio-Environmental Justice Tour

We’ll “meet” at the Duwamish River to learn about the work of the Duwamish Cleanup Coalition non-profit group.



IMG_20180908_103142_432Seattle’s Urban Gardens Tour

We’ll “meet” at an unusual, hidden urban garden project in downtown Seattle and learn about Seattle’s community gardens.



bishops weedEdible Weed Quest

We’ll “meet” in my neighborhood and I’ll show you whatever edible weeds are available for harvest on that particular day. Post-tour, I’ll send you customized photos and recipes based on what we discover.


IMG_20180808_183316_729Hidden Orchard Tour

We’ll “meet” in a historical fruit orchard hidden within a Seattle Park, then step over to visit a popular beach with stunning views of the Olympic Mountains.


For websiteCooking Class

We’ll “meet” at my place where I’ll show you how to prepare 3-4 dishes with in-season wild edibles.

Please see my book Foraging in Seattle to see a few examples!



Weather Considerations

I may occasionally cancel a live tour is the weather is too unpleasant to be outside. We can reschedule or consider a “by the seat of our plants” cooking lesson instead.