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Cascadia/Kalama, WA - Wild Harvesting Event with Author John Kallas - May 12, 2018  RSS feed

 
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Announcing an opportunity to learn from acclaimed author John Kallas.  

Cowlitz County - Kalama, WA

Welcome!  Register through his website.

We'll be exploring a creekside, an old farmsite, woods, and marginal pastureland.



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Two springs ago I had the opportunity to go on one of John''s weed walks in Oregon. It was so packed full of interesting useful information that I've since been able to make good use of.
I.e. stinging nettle should be folded in half with the under leaf together and rolled into a ball between both palms and popped into the mouth for a tasty bite without the 'bite'.
Since that time I've been wanting to get even more local-to me and have a weed walk at my place. To learn what I have around me.
It somehow helps with me being able to trust what I've read and studied. To have someone I trust point to the plant helps me get over my hesitancy in harvesting and consuming said plant.
So, John agreed and we're opening it to anyone else who shares the interest!  Welcome!
 
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The weather is shaping up nicely for the weed walk in 2 weeks. We hope it holds! Everything will be flush and easily identifiable as we go on our nutritious edible weed walk. The link to sign up is located above and I will add it here as well. Share if you know of anybody in this area so anybody interested can have the opportunity to come educate themselves


http://wildfoodadventures.com/workshop/edible-wild-plants-free-presentation-in-kalama-wa-2/

http://wildfoodadventures.com/workshop/wild-foods-of-kalama-washington/

He's encouraging everybody to sign up through the link provided.

 
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