- Foraging the Farm in Spring
Foraging the Farm in Spring
Facilitated by Anna Marck
Enjoy a pleasant stroll at Gateway Farm as we discover spring’s most tantalizing snacks. We will start by discussing foraging ethics and plant identification. Then we’ll walk among the sorrel and strawberries, filling our baskets with food and gratitude. Finally, we will gather and discuss options for preparation and preservation.
Come prepared to walk the land. Please let us know if you have mobility issues or need any accommodations.
This workshop could be for you if:
- You’re curious about foraging and are looking for a safe and accessible entry point to learning the basics.
- You have a hunger for coming into community with plants.
- You desire a greater knowledge of perennial, nutrient dense food that’s native and/or hardy to our region.
- You want to enjoy delicious locally grown food.
- You’re passionate about supporting regenerative food growing.
What to bring:
- Gloves, hats, sturdy shoes, water bottle, notepad and pens.
- Location: Gateway Farm
- Date: Thursday, June 15th
- Time: 6-8pm
- Cost: $60 per person (includes workshop and materials fee)
Please contact us for questions – firstname.lastname@example.org