All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘wildtending’

  • Wild Food  Foraging Autumn Feast

    Cooking with Acorns: From Foraging to Feasting

    Acorns are an ancient, pre-agricultural staple food common to indigenous cultures throughout the Northern hemisphere. Join us for a hands-on workshop where participants will engage in the process of preparing food from acorn from start to finish. While we pound and leach acorn we will …

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  • Food Forests Wildtending

    Wildtending: Permaculture in Zone 4

    Restore a regenerative reciprocal relationship with Zone 4 and California’s diverse ecology in this interactive talk on wildtending native plants for food, medicine, craft, and biodiversity. California’s uniquely biodiverse ecology has developed over thousands of years through humans interactively managing the landscape. We will discuss …

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  • Lindsay Dailey

    Lindsay Dailey

    Lindsay is passionate about connecting people to nature and brings her broad experience in curriculum development, program management, and ecological restoration to her current position as co-Founder of The Oak Granary, and Director of the Wildlands Program at the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center. As …

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