Randy May Family in Hillsboro Oregon

January 27, 2009

Introduction to Wild Foods

I have been wanting to do something like this for a long time to help improve upon what I know; even beyond my childhood Daniel Boon days. Ha! Cheryl (who will be putting on an herb walk for us someday) suggested this outfit that teaches such things about wild foods. This event would cost about $20 to attend. It is a local event in Mt. Tabor Park where they will teach us essentials of wild food use and study, the best books to reference, other resources, and field guides. They say they will be able to teach us how to be a successful forager early on. We will sample plants, and be able to get advice. This is a core workshop that helps provide a deeper understanding for all other workshops that they put on which the AG (Adventure Group) will likely schedule more with them throughout the year. We can also do a few things on our own to test our skills together! You know, practice, practice! Anyway, this is the earliest affordable class that they have in the year. Anyone interested in learning about wild foods with a serious mindset will benefit from this basic information.

You can check out “Wild Food Adventures” website if you like at: http://wildfoodadvent…

Wild Food Adventures Institute for the Study of Edible Wild Plants and Other Foragables John Kallas, Ph.D., Director, Educator, Researcher
4125 N Colonial Ave, Portland, OR 97217-3338
Phone: (503) 775-3828e-mail:
mail@wildfoodadventures.com
You are here: http://www.wildfoodadventures.com

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