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Wild Edible Walk

By Ann Evans
I would like to invite you to join Karen Stephenson on a wild edible food walk. She is a wild food educator, professional writer and a Chartered Herbalist who embraces the nutritional aspect of wild edibles.

Foraging for food used to be a way of life. Edible wild food can be found everywhere and has long been available. Nutrition finally deserves its place in medical science and Karen believes getting nutrients from the foods we eat is preferable over supplements. She will teach that “weeds” are a great food source for use in smoothies and you can make your own green powder mix.
Nutrition has finally deserved its place in medical science as being something that can cause and even help treat health issues. Getting nutrients from the foods we eat is preferred over supplements; however, many soils are depleted of vital nutrients. We can get those from the wild foods many refer to as weeds. You will learn what "weeds" are a great food source, how to use them, how to make your own green powder mix to use in smoothies and learn how our presenter has reversed osteoarthritis in her knees.
Karen has a handout to share and she will also bring a wild tea (or two) for you to sample, but please bring your own cup.

Date:
Wednesday, 8th May 2019

Time:
9:30 a.m. - lunch

Cost:
$15.00 per person

Location:
Rogers Reservoir, Green Lane

Park in lot on Green Lane, east of Main St. North, opposite the East Gwillimbury Go Terminal 

Please register by April 30, 2019
Please send completed registration form and cheque made out to:

RTO/ERO District 34 to:

Ann Evans,  
285 Eagle Street,
Newmarket, ON
L3Y 1J9

 

To register, click here