The first time I ever saw the Star of Bethlehem was actually in a town called Bethlehem. It sure makes
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Poison Hemlock (Conium maculatum) is a critical plant for any gardener or forager to know how to identify for safety
When I first started foraging, dandelion was one I’d thought I’d already known. It turns out there are many look-alikes
Most of us who grew up spending time outdoors are family with buttercup, but many may not realize it is
Dogbane (Apocynum cannabinum), also called Hemp Dogbane, is a very useful wild plant, but also very poisonous. It can be
Ramps are a commonly known wild edible plant especially because chefs love them for their flavor. They are like leeks
Ramps Burgers 1 lb Ground Beef1/2 tsp Kosher Salt1/4 tsp Ground Black Pepper4 oz Fresh Ramp Leaves Harvest only the
Purslane, Portulaca oleracea, is a common garden weed. You may also hear it called pigeweed, little hogweed, fatweed, or pusley.
It’s a little-known foraging secret even among well-seasoned foragers that maple seeds are edible. Identification: Branching: Opposite Leaves: Star-like, toothed
There are few different plants found in North America that can be used to make a coffee or tea substitute.
- Level 1 Foraging - Bumpass, VA, November 12, 2022 $89.00
- Level 1 Foraging - Forest Hill Park, October 29, 2022 $89.00
- Level 3 Foraging: Medicinal Plants and Mushrooms Course $125.00
- Women's Foraging and Nature Connection Retreat - Nov. 18-20, 2022 $350.00
- Level 1 Foraging, Pole Green Park - October 8, 2022 $89.00