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Cost $20 per member, $35 per nonmember
Foraging is an increasingly popular way to connect to the planet.
This presentation will delve into the cultural history of foraging as a survival skill. We’ll tackle common misconceptions about foraging, introduce useful and abundant plants and mushrooms of northeast Ohio, and discuss best practices to ensure our impact on ecological communities is minimal and positive.
Time: 10 a.m. – noon
Location: Cleveland Botanical Garden | Lecture Room
This program was rescheduled to Saturday, September 16th. The current registration link reflects this change.
Claudia Bashian-Victoroff & Jessica Burns
Research Specialist (Soil Ecology) & Gardener (Holden Arboretum)