Spring Wild Edible Plant Series Foraging the Spring Bounty of the Driftless area
You deserve good food. The best foods for your body, the earth, and your taste buds lay at your feet. But what to pick and what to avoid? Join us to learn how to identify, harvest, prepare and preserve wild edible plants. Whether you register ala carte or for the whole series, you'll leave each class with delicious, healthy vegetables from nature.
We'll cover ethical, safety, and legal issues associated with foraging wild edible and medicinal plants in the Upper Midwest. You can register for one class or get a great deal on multiple...either way you'll love this experience and gain some tools to feed yourself from nature.
Classes run 5:30-7:00 pm
We will meet at the Jaycees Pavilion in Winona and depart from there to various sites throughout the sessions.
All Ages (under 18 participants must be accompanied by a registered adult)
$35/class with a $5 discount for each additional class.
Learn about the Ethics involved with harvesting wild plants for food.
Gain the knowledge to forage wild foods free of toxins, contaminants, and other safety considerations.
Learn to use and build primitive tools used to increase your efficiency in harvesting wild foods.
What to bring to a wild food foraging event... A detailed description of what to bring to class is found here. Otherwise for this specific event, here are a few items you may want: -gloves -light duty pruning shears or scissors -baskets/bags for transporting your harvest