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FOREST: FORAGING IN THE WILD WOOD
Hunterdon County, New Jersey at Tamas home and surrounding meadows
Hunterdon County, NJ
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FOREST: FORAGING IN THE WILD WOOD
DATE AND TIME: November 6th, 12pm to 3pm

WHERE: Hunterdon County, New Jersey at Tamas home and surrounding meadows. Travel by car or by Transbridge Port Authority Bus Terminal: leaving at 10:30am. You will receive more details on meeting place, directions and all practical information by email after ticket purchase.

PRICE: $125. Ticket price does not include transportation. Participants are responsible for their own transportation.


In November we will explore the forest and foods from trees such as; juniper, sumac, pine, spruce and hickory bark. As the forest speaks to us, Tama will provide us with a deeper understanding of the crucial importance of preserving our trees.

Connie Green, mushroom huntress from Wine Forest ((http://wineforest.com/) and author of the Wild Table, will join as a co-host in this workshop.
Under safe guidance from the foragers, we will explore the fruits, mushrooms and the world of fungi, while obtaining an understanding of their connection with the trees and soil.

We end the trip with a delightful lunch, which incorporates some of our foraged mushrooms, tree spices, and fruits.


WHAT YOU GET

-Tips for finding and safely identifying edible mushrooms and spices in the surrounding nature of New York

-Inspiration on how to cook with mushrooms, tree spices, and wild fruits at home, including tips and recipes from our chefs.

-A delightful lunch prepared from some of the mushrooms, tree spices and fruits we find. Cold beverages are also included.

-The opportunity to collect and bring home a lovely harvest of mushrooms, tree spices, and wild fruits

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WHAT TO BRING

Remember to bring comfortable clothes, sunscreen, boots and a hat, as the workshop will take place outdoors. We will provide the necessary materials such as clippers and coolers.

The level of physical activity at this tour is relatively low, and will include walking, reaching and bending.

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ABOUT THE FORAGER

Tama Matsuoka Wong lives with her husband and their three daughters on 28 acres of land in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
After more than 25 years as a financial-services lawyer in Tokyo, New York and Hong Kong, she and her family moved back to New Jersey. To help alleviate her daughters allergies, Tama wanted to start growing their own food. Gardening proved to be a challenge though, as invasive plants were taking over the land.

Tama was on a quest to eradicate the invasive plants until a house guest mentioned that the weeds were edible.
This inspired her to explore and research the world of native plants, which has grown into a passion for sourcing wild flavors for restaurants. Through her work, Tama connects experts in the fields of meadow restoration, botany, and wildlife with people in the community, and introduces a greater appreciation and understanding of the abundance and potential of plants that grow wild. For more information, see her website meadowsandmore.com

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DIETARY RESTRICTIONS AND ALLERGIES

We are happy to accommodate vegetarian and vegan diners along with most allergy restrictions. During the registration process, you will be asked to indicate dietary restrictions.

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CANCELLATION POLICY

- Registration for any and all tours is mandatory and binding at the time of ticket purchase.

- No refunds or credits will be issued for guest cancellations.  Guest substitutions may be considered with advance notice to magnus@meyersusa.com, within three (3) days prior to event date.

-We reserve the right to cancel any tour. Full refunds or credits will be provided for any tour we cancel.

-No walk-ins will be accepted.

- Signed waivers are required for all guests attending the tour. Guests under age 18, will require parental/guardian signature.  All guests will receive waivers upon arrival at the tour location.
If you have any questions, please contact Magnus at magnus@meyersusa.com

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Location

Hunterdon County, New Jersey at Tamas home and surrounding meadows
Address Provided Upen Ticket Purchase
Hunterdon County, NJ 08822
United States


Categories

Education > Tours
Food > Markets & Farms

Dog Friendly: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No

Contact

Owner: Great Northern Food
On BPT Since: Jul 13, 2016
 
Great Northern Food
+1 646 617 9990
simone@meyersusa.com


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