Friday, June 16 and
Saturday, June 17
Union County BioBlitz
Wild Edibles / Forging Walks on Friday at 5:30-6:30 pm, and Saturday from 2:45 to 3:45 pm.
Join us for this annual rite of spring! Hang out with scientists and naturalists at this two-day nature immersion. In addition to Wild Edibles walks led by Deb Naha, count on a whole lot of other cool activities like bird watching and frog slogs.
Family friendly. Free to the public.
Saturday, May 6th
Private foraging event, New Jersey
Wednesday, March 29
Exploration of Wild Edibles
Women in Agriculture Event
PowerPoint presentation. Wear outdoor shoes for short outside segment. Wild tasting included!
VFW Post 804, 1258 Millville Road, Bloomsburg
$10 / person.
Info: (570)784-1310 x 137
Tuesday, June 27
Sweet Arrow Lake
Learn plant identification, safety, look-alikes, sustainable harvesting, nutrition, and more. PowerPoint slideshow followed by outdoor foraging walk. Take home some "wild" recipes!
Sweet Arrow Lake County Park
Pine Grove, PA
Free and open to the public.
Directions / questions 570-345-8952
Saturday, July 29
Nutrition and Wild Edible Plants
Join us for a canal walk to discover edible plants of the area. PowerPoint slide show, with
plant ID walk to follow.
24th Annual Ned Smith Festival
12 noon - 2pm
Saturday, September 30
Wild Edibles at Nolde
Join Deb Naha for an indoor presentation on wild edibles, followed by a walk in the woods to see what could be on the dinner table. Learn about some of the common "weeds" right in your own backyard that you could be enjoying.
Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center
2910 New Holland Road, Reading, PA 19607
10:00am - 11:30am
Thursday, May 11
Allentown Garden Club
Wild plant expert Deb Naha will discuss wild edible plants of our area, plant identification, safety, look-alike
plants, sustainable harvesting, nutrition, and more. The talk will be followed by an outdoor foraging walk.
Attendees may even take home a few “wild” recipes.
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Unique Pop-up Dinner Event
Mmmm... Did someone say wild stuffed grape leaves, a summer tagine with foraged greens, wild hummus, spicebush berry cake?
Four-course dinner with sustainably foraged wild foods and an exciting menu. (Plus, an option to attend a one-hour foraging trip same day)
Venue - Commonwealth Kitchen & Café
443 North Mulberry St., Lancaster, PA
$30. Per person
Reserve your seat today!
Saturday, September 16
Rahway River Watershed Association / Environmental Education
PowerPoint slide show and Wild Edibles Walk with Deb Naha
Learn plant identification, safety, look-alikes, sustainable harvesting, nutrition, and more.
10am – 12 noon
78 Nomahegan Drive, Springfield, NJ
Tuesday, September 26
Guided Nature Walk (Private event)
Country Meadows of Wyomissing
Saturday, September 16
Take a Walk on the “Wild Food” Side
It’s a yearly tradition! Join the Fanwood Environmental Commission on a walk through the Fanwood Nature Center to find edible plants that are hiding in plain view. Educator, nutritionist, and wild plant expert Debbie Naha will lead us through the winding trails of the Nature Center in search of nature’s own garden. Ms. Naha is also a featured walk leader at the annual Union County Bio-Blitz held each June. She will point out those plants that can be harvested for salads and snacks (and perhaps a few you shouldn’t touch) and just might share some of her secret “wild” recipes.
Fanwood Nature Center
51 Cray Terrace
Fanwood, New Jersey
Free to the public.
Please visit the Fanwood Environmental Commission website: www.fanwoodec.org
Sunday, September 10
Central Susquehanna Woodland Owners Association
Wild Edibles program with outdoor field walk
Weiser State Forest Office
16 Weiser Lane (just off Rte. 42)
Use GPS Coordinates: 40.8304, -76.3356
For more details: 570-875-6450 ext. 109
Saturday, July 8
Greenwood Furnace State Park
Wild Edibles – Slide show and foraging walk. An annual tradition!
Free to the public
15795 Greenwood Road, Huntingdon, PA
Location- Blacksmith Shop
Saturday, February 25
Landis Valley Museum
Event will begin with an indoor PowerPoint presentation and then we’ll head outside (yes, in February)
to stalk and talk about wild edibles that you can find. Come prepared with appropriate winter clothing.
1pm - 3pm
2451 Kissel Hill Road
Lancaster, PA 17601
Class size limit: 25
To register: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2730367
Saturday, April 8
Wild Edibles Event
Little Buffalo State Park
Presentation will include an outdoor foraging walk as well as a cooking demo / tasting activity.
We will be foraging rain or shine so please dress accordingly.
1579 State Park Road | Newport, PA 17074