Saturday, April 25

Princeton Nursery Lands
Eat your Weedies!  Slide show/foraging walk
2 - 4:00 p.m.
Age 16 up
$10 members/$15 non
Registration required - Call 609-483-0683 or email Karen Linder (karenlinder@fpnl.org)
www.fpnl.org 

Tuesday, May 14

Ned Smith Center
Discovery Lecture Series: Wild Edibles
Discover the wonderful world of wild edible plants! Educator, naturalist, nutritionist, and wild plant expert Debbie Naha will present an inspiring PowerPoint slide show, followed by a fun outdoor foraging foray. From greenbrier to violets, the springtime fields and woods are filled with an abundance of wild edibles. This program will cover plant identification, safety and look-alike plants, sustainable harvesting, and incorporating wild plants into culinary dishes. We’ll also learn just how good these plants are for us, nibble a few choice plants, and take home a few “wild” recipes!
7 p.m.
LOCATION: Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art
ADMISSION: $5 per person
http://www.nedsmithcenter.org/upcoming-events/ 

Saturday, May 23

Outdoor Skills: Wild Edible Plants
Indoor presentation will be followed by a foraging walk and taste testing.
1pm-2:30pm
Pre-registration is required at 717-221-0292.
Fee: $8 per participant.
Wildwood Park Nature Center
100 Wildwood Way
Harrisburg, PA
http://www.wildwoodlake.org/events/ 

Saturday, July 4

French Creek State Park
Wild Edibles -   Foraging walk followed by a PowerPoint slide show

7:45pm walk
830pm ppt

843 Park Road, Elverson, PA
Free to the public
http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/event/wild_edibles_208#.VzELgzZRGM8

Friday, June 12

Union County BioBlitz

Foraging walks
Free to the public

http://ucnj.org/bio-blitz/

Saturday, June 13

Girl Scouts Heart of NJ 
Camp Hoover, NJ (Private event) 

Saturday, June 21

Father’s Day Foraging!
Berks County Heritage Center
2p.m.
2201 Tulpehocken Road
Wyomissing, PA
610-374-8839
http://www.co.berks.pa.us/Dept/Parks/Lists/Interpretive%20Programs/DispForm.aspx?ID 

Friday, July 10

Kings Gap Environmental Education Center
PowerPoint presentation and walk
6-8pm
http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/kingsgap/

Friday, July 24

Wildwood Park Day Camp (for registered campers only)
Outdoor Week- Wild Edibles
http://www.wildwoodlake.org/pdf/2015daycampflyer2.pdf 

Saturday, July 25

Say something interesting about your business here. 

Ned Smith Center, Festival
Nutrition and Edible Wild Plants
Debbie Naha, Naturalist and Nutritionist
Post-program walk to follow slideshow

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
http://www.nedsmithcenter.org/july-30-nature-and-arts-festival/

Thursday, August 6

 Gifford Pinchot (Private Event)
Adventure Camp- Wild Edibles
11a.m. 

Saturday, August 8

Gifford Pinchot State Park
Powerpoint and walk
7p.m.

2200 Rosstown Road
Lewisberry, PA

http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/giffordpinchot/

Saturday, August 15

Lycoming County Master Gardeners
Garden Fest- Wild Edibles presentation
12noon
542 County Farm Road
Montoursville, PA 

Sunday, August 16

The Appalachian Trail Museum
Wild Edibles - Talk and Foraging Walk
Pine Grove Furnace State Park
2p.m.
1120 Pine Grove Road, Gardners, PA
http://www.atmuseum.org/visit.htm
 

Saturday, August 22

Greenwood Furnace State Park
Wild Edibles

Slide show and foraging walk
Free to the public
15795 Greenwood Road, Huntingdon, PA
Location- Blacksmith Shop
Time: 6:30 pm
http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/greenwoodfurnace/

Saturday, September 6

Wild Edibles
Join Debbie Naha for a presentation on wild edibles followed by a walk in the woods to see what could be cooking.  Program is best suited for ages 15 years and up.  No fee.  Registration is required, please contact the park  at (610) 796-3699 or register on-line.
2:00 – 3:30PM

Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center
C.H. McConnell Education Hall
2910 New Holland Rd., Reading, PA

Monday, October 5

 Fanwood Nature Center

Join the Fanwood Environmental Commission on an “Edibles Walk” to find those plants that are hiding in plain view.  Educator, naturalist, nutritionist, and wild plant expert Debbie Naha will lead us.  Ms. Naha is a featured walk leader at the annual Union County Bio-Blitz held each June.  She will point out those plants that can be harvested for salads and snacks (and perhaps a few you shouldn’t touch) and just might share some of her secret “wild” recipes. Meet at the entrance to the Fanwood Nature Center.
6pm
Please visit the Fanwood Environmental Commission website: www.fanwoodec.org