Workshops, Dinners, Potlucks, Collaborations - things we want to promote are all listed here!
THE SUMMER 2017 WILDCRAFTING WORKSHOP SERIES
The summer in the PNW is subject to major climate change. Sometimes we face drought - others we have rain for weeks-on-end. Learn how to harvest regeneratively in the face of environmental stress, and how to collect and store quality wild foods and medicine with respect to ecology and social justice. Public Workshops run June - August. Stay tuned for more dates.
We will be observing and gently harvesting early summer mushrooms such as button chanterelles, several species of russula, and lobster mushrooms.
Sunday, September 10, 2017 10am-5pm $65
ASL Workshop - Early Fall Fungi
This workshop will be facilitated exclusively in American Sign Language (voices-off, no interpreters). We will be looking for early summer mushrooms such as button chanterelles, several species of russula, and lobster mushrooms.
Sunday, October 1 930am - 430 pm $65
The bounty of autumn brings with it a plethora of mushrooms. Fungi are powerful not only as delicious morsels or medicines, but also as key players in the seasonal transition of the forest. Join us as we observe the fungal rainbow and get hands-on experience delicately harvesting fungi for personal use, and learn how we can encourage their regeneration.
Saturday October 21 930am - 430 pm $65 Fall Fungi
Sunday October 22 930am - 430 pm $65 Fall Fungi
Saturday, November 4 930am - 4 pm $65 Fall Fungi
Likely our last workshop of the season.
Sept 15-17 Vancouver Mycological Society Foray Manning Park
Join us for our yearly foray at Manning Park
Sept 21-26 West End Food Fest
---Wednesday, June 21st, 2017 is National Aboriginal Day and the first day of summer. See you at trout lake in celebration of the first peoples---
Saturday, June 24th, 2017 10am-5pm $65 Berries, Summer Greens We will be identifying edible berry plants and harvesting fruit, leaves for tea, and greens for wild salad.
Sunday, July 9th, 2017 10am-5pm $65 Berries and Blossoms We will be idenifying edible berry plants, harvesting their fruit and leaves, and collecting edible flower blossoms as we discuss their importance for pollinators and their power in essences.
MuseumEats Would Love to Share Food Under Boughs of Cedar With You.