Connect with new friends over wild-foraged dishes, share knowledge about plants of our region, and enjoy delicious dishes prepared lovingly by the Awbury community.
Potlucks will follow this year’s Wild Wisdom quarterly classes and be a great opportunity for students to practice what they’ve learned in plant I.D., cooking, and medicine making. Everyone is welcome to join and is not limited to those who have been enrolled in classes! Events may also include activities like plant or seed swaps, book swaps, medicine shares, etc. Sign-up suggested for advance notice of special events happening along with the quarterly potluck!
Please bring a dish to share as well as a label including all ingredients. Registration is suggested below.
The dish does not have to include foraged ingredients. To be mindful of the earth, please bring your own reusable dish, bowl, cup, and utensils.
WILD WISDOM is designed and taught by Alyssa Schimmel. The long-form 10-month program was founded in 2019 in collaboration with Lynn Landes, founder of the Wild Foodies of Philly, an educational organization that was started in 2010, and Heather Zimmerman, former Executive Director of Awbury Arboretum.