Foraging as a Spiritual Practice

Wednesday, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm -- April 26

 

Join the One Earth Collaborative for a foraging ramble with Pam Kristan to identify food that’s probably right outside your back door – the ultimate in local! There’s food in abundance at this time of the year – knotweed, nettles, and more – enough to freeze or dry now to last you through the winter. We’ll identify some of the premier spring forage plants, sample nettle soup and knotweed crumble, and learn about food self-sufficiency.

We will meet outside Edwards Hall to ramble the campus of Open Spirit for foraging, and then go indoors to sample foods.

Please RSVP to info@oneearth.today.

For more information about the One Earth Collaborative, see www.oneearth.today.

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Cost:
Suggested donation: $10-25 
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Instructor:
Pam Kristan 
Instructor bio:
Pam Kristan has been snuffling around outside since she was a child. She lives in the heart of Boston and finds food every single day of the year. She’s picked up her foraging skills from others who do the same and from rambles with a field guide in hand. If she can do it, you can too!