Jamestown, NY – Learning what is safe to eat in the wild can be tasty, cost saving, fun, and even help control some invasive species!
On Wednesday evening, September 10, you can learn to identify fall fruits, greens, and nuts as well as other wild edibles at the Audubon Center & Sanctuary’s “Wild Edibles” workshop.
From 6-8:30 p.m. workshop participants will discover how to recognize edible plants and distinguish them from those that may look similar.
Some people forage for survival, others to save on their grocery bill. Foraging can also be a wonderful way to spend time outside, learn plant identification, try new foods, and strengthen your connection to the earth and the food it produces to nourish our bodies. Enjoying the tasty Autumn Olive berries could even help control this invasive species.