8:52am

Wed February 20, 2013
City Visions: February 25, 2013

Foraging Fever

For some, foraging is a way to opt out of the industrial food system and a fascinating hobby that's feeding the latest woods-to-table trend. But for others it’s also a way to foster bio-diversity, eco-literacy, community and creativity. We discuss wild edibles, invasives, ethics, access, and what materials can best be harvested in the urban environment.

Booty, bounty, or both?
Credit reportageonline.com

Guests: 

  • Kevin Feinstein (Feral Kevin)
  • Sasha Duerr

Guest Host: Victoria Thorp

Producer: Lisa Denenmark

Resources:

Permacouture Institute  

The Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes

Feralkevin.com  

The Bay Area Forager: Your Guide to Edible Wild Plants of the San Francisco Bay Area

The Forager’s Dilemma: What’s Right, and Wrong, with Gathering Wild Foods?

Presidio Trust

Sea Forager Tours

USDA Forest Service: Pacific Southwest

California Indian Basketweavers Association gathering manifesto  

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