Ever wanted to learn more about wild foods? They’re found around the planet, but we’ll be covering ones found growing in the jungles of Haiku on October 12th from 9am – 12 noon. This 3-hour class will cover the Ethics of Wildcrafting, along with a hike to identify and harvest wild foods, and the preparation of them into pupus.
Some of the plants we might meet include: wood sorrel (Oxalis corniculata & Oxalis debilis var. corymbosa), purslane (Portulaca oleraceae), wild spiny amaranth (Amaranthus spinosus), popolo berries (Solanum americanum), artillery plant (Pilea microphylla ), false awa (Piper auritum), hono hono grass (Commelina diffusa), and more!
If you would like to reserve a spot in this class, please email sunnysavage (@) gmail.com to RSVP. The fee is $30.
I’ll be out of town that day but would love to attend! Will there be another class in the near future?
If you are ever on the East Coast Delaware has the White Clay land to forage! Let us know please!!
May I be on your mailing list and schedule. I attended your talk at Ted ExI would really like to attend your workshop but I will be off Islandperhaps I can catch your next talk.
Would love to reserve a spot for this class.