Wild edibles offer a variety of health benefits to you and add unique flavors and textures to your meals. Join Nick Spero for a walk to learn about wild edibles available in the summer. He’ll show you the plants you can pick and nibble along the way, as well as those that you need to bring home to prepare for a meal. You will also learn how to forage in a safe and sustainable manner.
Chanterelle mushrooms should be peaking around this date and Nick will instruct you on their identification.
Cost: $15 per person. You must prepay to attend. Follow the link below or cut and paste address into the address bar on your computer.
Location: Hall Spring parking lot of Herring Run Park, 3900 Argonne Drive at Harford Road.
Take entrance road into Herring Run Park and meet down at the building with the painted mural.
Nick is a volunteer, so your money will go directly to support the programs, the nature collections, and the building that make this kind of nature education possible. Join the Natural History Society of Maryland by visiting www.marylandnature.org.
Nick Spero loves to hunt and fish, and primitive technology has piqued his interest since he was a child.
Nick's cell phone number is (410) 371-7223