Sun, Oct 10 at 2:30 p.m. | 2 hours
Traverse the mysterious, myceliated woods with a knowledgeable guide and learn ground rules for a safe and sustainable foraging practice. Through our foray we will appreciate the wild range of mushrooms the autumn rains have brought and gain a deeper appreciation for the many roles fungi play in our biome. After collecting our specimens we will return to Krumville Schoolhouse to learn some foundational mushroom ID skills and go over our *hopefully* many finds!
*Space is limited to 12 people so please rsvp ahead of time. The event will take place in Krumville, NY. Exact address will be sent after sign up.
Chris Baker is a certified mushroom forager, gardener, full-time parent, and founder of Chicory Naturalist, an online resource for budding naturalists of all ages. She has an M.A. in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago with a focus on the cultural ramifications of shifting food systems, and a diverse range of professional experience in the culinary, arts, and agricultural fields.
Located in Krumville, NY the Olio Farm House is located on 40 acres of beautiful woods with a 150 year old barn, a swimming pool, and veggie + herb gardens.