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Where we celebrate the book, “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle”
by Barbara Kingsolver with programs, cooking demonstrations and more.
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Before there were supermarkets, or even farms, there were foragers. Gathering wild foods is an intimate way to reconnect with nature, not only as an observer, but as a participant. Recently wild edibles have made a come back in popularity, with wild edible plants such as nettles and dandelion greens on the menus of high end restaurants. Join forager Matthew Kip as he introduces some of the overlooked nutritious and often delicious species found in our woods, fields and lawns. Bring your adventurous spirit and your taste buds!
This program is part of our summer Book to Action program where we celebrate the book Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver. For an entire year, Kingsolver and her family ate only locally produced food--- including foraging for wild mushrooms and asparagus around their Appalachian home.
Saturday, August 2 @ 11 AM CAMDEN Library