Free lunch in the woods, really? Check out the edible wild plants around you. For expert help, come to Woodland Foraging for Edible Plants on March 22 in Kingston with lifelong forager, Barbara Roch.
Hosted by the Ontario Woodlot Association, Limestone Chapter, it includes their annual general meeting.
Barbara Roch has been dining in the woods all her life, so she knows the whole story on edible wild plants. Barbara will present a powerpoint show on edible plants and mushrooms, including locations, safety and sustainability. She supplies area chefs, retailers and individuals with native plants and mushrooms, and enjoys creating new recipes. Edible plants are free, hardy, nutritious, and fun to find.
Location: Cataraqui Conservation Outdoor Centre at 1641 Perth Road. Doors open at 6:30 and the show begins at 7 pm.
Save the Date for the Ontario East Regional Meeting, April 2 at the Bloomfield Town Hall (Ontario Nature)
With spring just around the corner, it’s time to start planning Ontario Nature's spring 2016 Ontario East regional meeting. Regional meetings are a great opportunity to meet other groups in your area, share ideas, hear from guest speakers and learn more about Ontario Nature's programs.
The meeting is scheduled for Saturday April 2nd at the Bloomfield Town Hall in Bloomfield, ON. Thank you very much to the Prince Edward Count Field Naturalists who will be hosting it.
Lisa Richardson, Nature Network Coordinator, will be circulating the finalized meeting agenda in the next couple of weeks. Please let her know if your group would like to do a presentation or lead a discussion on a local issue that is important to you: email@example.com