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Spring Wild Edibles Information Walk – POSTPONED TO SUNDAY, MAY 7

April 30, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Wild edibles: nutrition, gastronomy, survival and fun science

Jumpstart a foraging habit for your soups, stews, salads, pestos and fritters! Your program leader, Joanne White, will lead you on a walk to discuss and photograph whatever is available in woods and meadow-like areas. Although this is not an eating event, lots of follow-up information will be available including an email with photos and descriptions of items covered on the walk. There will be references to dichotomous keys, books, nutrition, safety, ethics, gastronomy, survival and fun science. Joanne is a former science teacher with over 40 years of teaching experience, and decades of enjoying wild edibles.

This program is for adults and older teens (age 16 and up). Registration is REQUIRED. Please dress for the weather, with rain gear or an umbrella in case of light rain. You will need your camera (or phone)! Heavy rain will postpone event to Sunday, May 7th.

Please note: No pets are allowed on the NJ School of Conservation Campus.

Refund Policy: Your event fee, minus Eventbrite Fees, is fully refundable if cancelled 7 or more days before the event. In the case of a multi-day event, you must cancel 7 or more days before the first day of the event. No partial refunds are given if you cannot attend all days of the event. While we appreciate being notified if you are unable to attend an event, refunds are not given for cancellations within 7 days of the event.

For events that are weather-dependent, a raindate/reschedule date is included in the event description. We do not offer refunds if an event is rescheduled for the specified date. The raindate for this event is Sunday, May 7th. If we must cancel an event, your registration fee, including Eventbrite fees, will be refunded.


April 30, 2023
11:00 am - 12:30 pm


NJ School of Conservation
1 Wapalanne Road
Sandyston, 07826 United States
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