An outdoor local foods workshop featuring the wild spring greens of our prairieland and including a foraged carbon neutral lunch prepared and served by participants. This event is for beginners and above. Participants should come prepared to be outdoors, dress in layers and wear sturdy walking shoes. It is recommended to wear long sleeves and […]
As I took a seat next to 20 others in a circle around a morning fire on a sunny Saturday last month, a cup of nettle tea was handed to me as introductions and the circle talk began. Audrey Arner of Moonstone Farm began discussing the history and importance of wild foods. Post by Sarina Otaibi, Director of Communications & Engagement.