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Introduction to Foraging: Why, How & Where to Discover Wild EdiblesCost: FREE
Date: Tuesday, May 26 from 2:00 pm-3:00 pm
Location: Zoom invitation for on-line learning
Presenter: Laura Chávez Silverman, founding naturalist of The Outside Institute
At a time when slow living, self-sufficiency and a deeper connection to the natural world are at the forefront of human consciousness, foraging is becoming increasingly popular. This ancient practice was once how we survived in the world and still taps into a deeply primal place in all of us. But heading out into the woods armed with nothing more than a desire to find something edible can be frustrating. Unless you know how to properly identify and consume wild edibles, they can offer deliciousness—or disaster. Depending on the season, the choicest delicacies might be in plain sight or virtually invisible. In this class, learn how to forage wisely and responsibly and a whole new world will open up to you. Q&A to follow.
SUNY Sullivan is pleased to offer non-credit Community Learning classes online. These personal enrichment classes can be accessed through Zoom on your PC or laptop computer or phone. Participants must register to confirm their space. An email invitation link will be sent 24-hours prior to the class. If the class has multiple sessions the same link should be used for all sessions.