For Immediate Release: October 27th, 2015
Media Contact: Sunny Savage 808.866.8294 email@example.com
Maui Forager Brings Wild Food Plants of Hawaii on Inter-island Book Tour with Message of One Wild Food Every Day. Sunny Savage, author of Wild Food Plants of Hawaii, offers guided wild food hikes, workshops and book signings throughout the month of November.
HAIKU, October 27 – Eating one wild food every day is the message of an historic wild food book tour happening around the Hawaiian Islands this November. Not since 1967, when Beachcomber’s Handbook by Euell Gibbons was published, has there been a resource for wild foods of Hawaii. In these long anticipated pages a new vision of health and sustainability are teased into the imagination. Events happening on the tour offer people around the islands the opportunity to learn first hand, with practical tools for successfully foraging in Hawaii.
“Wild foods are free, nutritious, and widely available…what’s not to love?” says Sunny Savage, acclaimed forager and author of Wild Food Plants of Hawaii. In her 2014 TedxMaui talk, Savage highlights how personal and planetary health are improved through eating just one wild food every day. You Can Eat That: The Gift of Wild Foods
Maui resident Renee Riley says, “Wild Food Plants of Hawaii is a life changing book. If you live in Hawaii or visit, get this book. You’ll look at roadside “weeds” with new appreciation – and knowledge of how to turn them into healthy additions to your meals.” The book can be found at locations around the Hawaiian Islands, and an electronic version was released today on iTunes.
BIG ISLAND EVENTS
Nov 4 Pāhoa – wild food workshop @ La’akea Permaculture Farm 1-4pm $30
Nov 6 Honoka’a – meet the author@ Taro Patch Gifts 5-8pm
Nov 7 Hilo – meet the author @ Basically Books 1-4pm (more info here)
Nov 8 Niuliʻi – hike @ Secret Spot 9-12 $15 (more info here)
Nov 9 Kailua-Kona – meet the author @ Island Naturals 1-5pm
Nov 9 Captain Cook – meet the author @ Hawaii Tropical Fruit Growers 7-9pm
Nov 10 Hōlualoa – hike @ Boranian Farm 3-5pm $15 (more info here)
Nov 13 Haiku – wild food workshop @ Pauwela Cannery 3-6pm $30 (more info here)
Nov 14 Kula – wild food & distillation workshop @ Protea Gardens of Maui 1-4pm $50 (more info here)
Nov 15 Paia – hike @ Lower Paia Park 3-5pm $15
Dec 6 Lahaina – wild food Garden Sushi dinner @ Choice Maui
Nov 20 Lydgate State Park – wild food hike @ Kamalani Playground 1-3pm $15
Nov 20 Hanapepe – meet the author @ Talk Story 5-9pm
Nov 21 Kilauea meet the author @ Anaina Hou Farmer’s Market 9-12
Nov 21 Kilauea – wild food workshop @ Wai Koa Loop Trail 2-5pm $35
Nov 23 Waimea – hike @ Koke’e State Park 2-4pm $15 (more info here)
Nov 28 Honolulu – meet the author @ Kakaʻako FarmLovers Market 8-11am
Nov 28 Honolulu – hike @ Kapiolani Park 3-5pm $15
Nov 29 Kailua – meet the author @ FarmLovers Market 8:30-11am
Nov 29 Honolulu – hike with Nat Bletter and Slow Food Oahu @ UH, Manoa 2-5pm $20 (tickets here)
Dec 1 Honolulu – chef event @ Kaimuki Superette for 2 ticketed special event dinners
Savage creates a bridge to real life skills in Hawaii, with exciting solutions to food security and global health issues. Details of the tour can be found at sunnysavage.com, Wild Food Plants, and on the SunnySavage – Wild Food Facebook page. There will also be a special chef event at Choice Maui in Lahaina on December 6th, for a featured seating of wild Garden Sushi.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sunny Savage is a wild foodie, teacher and adventurer. Author of Wild Food Plants of Hawaiʻi, her work has been featured in Edible Hawaiian Islands, Hana Hou Magazine, and ZLiving’s television series Hot on the Trail. With a Masters Degree in Nutrition Education, and a lifetime of living close to the ʻāina, she blends her experiences into an easily approachable wild food lifestyle.
For more information, please visit www.sunnysavage.com