Free Virtual Workshop Wed., July 8th Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Join iDig2Learn to meet the amazing author and forager Tama Matsuoka Wong for a virtual workshop on foraging. "Bringing Outdoors In: Learning to Forage for Edible Food in Your Neighborhood" RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Forage 2020. And please include your foraging question for the workshop!
If you have been enjoying more outdoor walks and noticing plants underneath your feet and wild berries on trees and wondering if they are edible, this is the workshop for you. This is a virtual iDig2Learn online experience - login information sent upon RSVP. Special thanks to Open Space Institute for hosting this iDig2Learn workshop.
Thanks for growing with us, Christina
More about Tama Matsuoka Wong is a forager, weed eater, meadow doctor, former lawyer and mother of three. Tama's company, Meadows and More, manages conservation and private properties to harvest invasive weeds and also propagates "wild farms" with indigenous species. She is the author of the backyard field guide and cookbook Foraged Flavor (Clarkson Potter June 2012) nominated for a James Beard award in 2013. After graduating from Harvard Law School and serving more than 25 years as a financial services lawyer in Tokyo, New York and Hong Kong, she returned with her family to Hunterdon County, New Jersey and rediscovered her passion for the natural world. In 2007 she was named Steward of the Year by the New Jersey Forest Service. In her most recent book with Mads Refslund: Scraps, Wilt and Weeds: Turning Wasted Food into Plenty (Hachette March 2017) food scraps are celebrated deliciously with recipes using parts of food we might otherwise throw away. @meadowsandmore on Twitter and Instagram. Learn more about Tama Matsouka Wong at https://www.meadowsandmore.com/