Saturday September 16
Wild Edibles Walk with Deb Naha

Rahway River Watershed Association / Environmental Education

Learn plant identification, safety, look-alikes, sustainable harvesting, nutrition, and more. 

10am – 1pm
Lenape Park

78 Nomahegan Drive, Springfield (meet at the gate)
Cost:    $10
http://www.rahwayriver.org/calendar.html

Saturday, July 8
Greenwood Furnace State Park
Wild Edibles – Slide show and foraging walk
Free to the public
15795 Greenwood Road, Huntingdon, PA
Location- Blacksmith Shop
Time: TBA
http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/greenwoodfurnace/


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
Time:  2:00pm

Pre-registration required, fee of $5 per person
Phone: 717-567-9255

http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/event/wild_edibles_617#.WNSMg6JJnIU


Saturday, February 25

Wild Edibles
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
Info: 717-569-0401
Cost:  $20.00
Class size limit:  25
To register:  http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2730367

Saturday May 6th 
Private foraging event, New Jersey

2017 Events

Wednesday, March 29
Exploration of Wild Edibles
Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences

Women in Agriculture Event

PowerPoint presentation.  Wear outdoor shoes for short outside segment.  Wild tasting included!
VFW Post 804, 1258 Millville Road, Bloomsburg
12:30-2:00
$10 / person.

Info:  (570)784-1310 x 137

http://agsci.psu.edu/wagn/news/2017/women-in-agriculture-event-in-bloomsburg-pa


Saturday, July 29

Wild Edibles Walk

Join us for a canal walk  to discover edible plants of the area.

24th Annual Ned Smith Festival

Millersburg, PA

Details to come...

Thursday, May 11
Foraging
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

http://allentowngardenclub.net/index.php?p=home_events&j=.8XvMb6Vxi18.AcE5qo0432fyCGJ0FQ2