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winter whereabouts:

January 12 Hortulus Club, Greenwich Connecticut January 14, 15 Garden Club of Palm Beach, lecture, cocktail event and workshop January 25 Marc Forgione +Mads Refslund […]


Thursday January 7 6:00 Museum of Food and Drink Williamsburg Brooklyn

Honored that wild American sumac has risen out of the shadows of confusion with poison sumac and been selected for the Ark of Taste. American […]


Get tickets Tuesday, June 2, 2015 (6:30pm to 8:30pm) So you’ve tasted foraged greens in your food, but have you tried a cocktail using wild, edible plants, […]


Philadephia: April 30 6:30 pm “Dinner in the Weeds”

Part of the Philadelphia Science Festival, this sampling is limited to 35 persons in the brand new culinary kitchen and demo center in the Free […]


Saturday January 10 11 am Schuykill Center Pennsylvania

Its supposed to be a cold and stormy winter in the Mid-Atlantic. We are already hankering for spring and this workshop will get us in […]


Foraged Feast Nov 1at 7 pm Hopewell NJ

SOLD OUT Tama Matsuoka Wong teams up with Mark Drabich, Lebanese fishmonger extraordinaire to host a 5 course dinner at the Brick Farm Market featuring […]


WHYY sept 19 NPR Radio Times: Foraging Food

Listen to the podcast. Had great fun with Patrick Hurley, associate professor of environmental studies at Ursinus College who studies urban foraging.


NPR Leonard Lopate Food Friday series

Replay the podcasts from our series on seasonal foraging: sumac, mushrooms, juniper, among others.


Boylston and Boston June 14

BOYLSTON MASSACHUSETTS: Giving a talk and foraging workshop at Tower Hill Botanic Garden June 14! The talk with samples is from 10-11 and the workshop […]


Science Friday came out to NJ to experience deliciously wild food

And to get more information the scientific differences between trout lily (declining native plant) and garlic mustard (invasive) Here’s the 4 minute video: