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The days may be getting shorter and the weather colder, but that doesn’t mean the foraging season has come to a close! On the contrary-- fall is the time to harvest roots, nuts, and late-season fruits. Join Maria Wesserle of Four Season Foraging as we amble along the Midtown Greenway and learn what bounty fall has to offer the urban forager. We will discuss the identification, harvest, and preparation of a variety of wild fruits, including chokeberries, hackberries, nannyberries, and rosehips.
Meet at the corner of the Midtown Greenway (north of Lagoon Ave.) and James Ave S. (See map here.) There will be a sign that reads “Four Season Foraging.”
Sliding scale $15-$35. There is one scholarship available. This event is wheelchair accessible. For more details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612-440-5958.