“Intro to Foraging: Using Wild-Edibles in the Kitchen” Class

Discover the natural bounty in your own backyard and community in this introductory foraging class with DelVal University! Class will meet online over zoom. You will learn how to identify various local plant species, including trees, shrubs, flowers ,and fruits, prior to taking a dive into ecosystem connections and foraging etiquette. Then, with that background knowledge, you will explore your community in search of wild-edibles to learn how to prepare and use plants in the kitchen. This course will focus on creating drinks, desserts, and side dishes using in-season plant roots and foliage.

[Note: The Center for Learning in Retirement at Delaware Valley University’s classes are for educational, personal enrichment purposes only.]

Class meets weekly on Tuesdays, October 25th – November 29th at 10:50am-12:05pm over zoom. Registration for this foraging class opens on August 1st.

Class is offered through Delaware Valley University’s Center for Learning in Retirement (although any ages are welcome to enroll in this course!). You can learn more about my foraging work HERE.

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Date

Oct 25 2022

Time

10:50 am - 12:05 pm

Location

Delaware Valley University
Doylestown, PA
Website
http://www.delval.edu
Register for the Workshop

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