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A collaboration with the team at Agern and Great Northern Food Hall, newly opened in NYC’s Grand Central Station. We are excited to offer a limited number of openings to the public, with the support of Claus Meyer, Danish culinary entrepreneur, co-founder of NOMA in Copenhagen and catalyst of the New Nordic Cuisine.  Pre-registration required. For more information see agernrestaurant.com

LAND: Workshop One:  4-7 pm August 21 TMW’s private residence with wild weed gardens, edible meadows in full bloom.  Why do wild plants taste so good and are so healthy? What do wild plants tell us about the land? How to cook with them? What is a wild farm? For more details click here.

SEA: Workshop Two: September 11  at the Sandy Hook beaches : co-host New Jersey Audubon’s Scott Barnes. For more information click  here

FIELD: Workshop Three: Seeds grain and seed banking: October 1 co-host Greenbelt Native Nursery and seed bank NYC Parks. For more information click here 

FOREST: Workshop Four: November 6 co-host Connie Green, mushroom huntress , owner of Wineforest Ltd. and author of The Wild Table, visiting from Napa Valley California for more information click here

All accompanied by delicious meal prepared by chefs at the new NYT three star rated restaurant Agern showcasing nature in season. Agern means acorn in Danish.


2 thoughts on “Land, Sea, Field and Forest: Foraging Workshop Series with Copenhagen touch

  1. doc c said:

    Too bad – they are all sold out, though the form said the Nov 6 one has already happened, so is it possibly not sold out?

    I just read foraged flavor and come to this site. then I discovered I was already logged in. I found your site earlier when giving a foraging walk/talk last fall at the American Holistic Veterinary Association Annual Healer Heal thyself (as part of the annual conference of AHVMA). I LOVE your book and just shared it with a local foraging group here in Baltimore area.

  2. Thats so great to hear! yes the tours are sold out but there are a few slots left in the “Field tour” on October 1. Its all about native plants, sustainability and seed banking. would love to see you there….

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