Date/Time - 04/26/2021 - 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Monday, April 26th 5:30pm-7pm @ Leland Street Cooperative Garden
At any point in spring, summer, winter, or fall, a healthy food forest is filled with edible plants, herbs, and perennials. Are you curious to learn which plants are edible in an urban food forest environment? Are you interested in taking this knowledge back to your own garden or food forest?
Join Boston Food Forest Coalition on the evening of Monday, April 26th at Leland Street Cooperative Garden for an Urban Wild Walk Workshop to explore these questions and more. The workshop will include walking and foraging through Leland Garden, practicing plant identification, and learning how to prepare what’s growing at this time of the year. The workshop will be led by Pam Kristan, a long-time forager and avid edible wild walker.
*We will practice Covid-19 safety by remaining outdoors, wearing masks, and social distancing.
**There will be no restrooms available at this workshop.
***Dress for the weather! This workshop will happen rain or shine.