Are you curious about how to identify, pick and eat wild foods?
Our friends at MuseumEats present a fascinating Wildcrafting Weekend Intensive for folks who want to learn more about wild foods as medicine, food and art!
The workshop series will kick off with a Wildcrafting Potluck hosted by The Food Connection on April 27th. Please RSVP.
Bring your foraged food and art, as well as stories and questions you have about the wild!
Wildcrafting Weekend Intensive
In light of its ethics of holism and community, MuseumEats has expanded its focus beyond food collection and recruited some talented and inspiring facilitators for a Wildcrafting Weekend Intensive from April 29-May 1. This weekend will not only include education about what/how/why to pick wild foods, but will also touch on Weaving with Native and Foraged Materials, Plant-Spirit Medicine, Aromatherapy, and Wild Dynamic Permaculture.
April 29 – Aroma Blending for Mother’s Day
April 30 – Wild Weaving
May 1 – Plant Spirit Medicine & Food Collection
May 1 – Intro to Wild Dynamic Permaculture
Under the guidance of Camille Flanjak, Bea Edelstein, Kelly Ablard, and Lori Snyder, we’ll be identifying and collecting wild mushrooms, greens, shoots, and bushes for food, craft, and medicine, and learning how the integration of people into natural wild systems is more efficient than mono-crop agriculture.
Join us for an awesome and intense weekend of wildness!
MuseumEats is an organization that aims to build community and the connection between source and stomach. We conduct private and pubic foraging (wildcrafting) workshops with a holistic perspective: from sustainability and permaculture, to hipster food-ism and plant spirit medicine.
Camille Flanjak started facilitating MuseumEats Wildcrafting Workshops to meld her 2 biggest passions: food security and her voracious palate. Find her in the woods drinking Coenobium and putting plants in her mouth.