Philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau, (1712 - 1778), wrote in his book, Emile: "The further we remove from a natural mode of living the more we lose our natural tastes." These powerful words from the 1700's have more meaning today than they did back then. Michael Cohen, author, takes a b
Foragers and outdoor enthusiasts who appreciate nature can learn about plants even in the winter months. Winter weed identification makes getting out in the colder months fun, and it can be beneficial to those who enjoy learning about plants.
Spring wild edibles are out there now and after a long, very cold winter this greenery is certainly a welcome sight! Several wild edibles are peeking out of that melting snow and many more will be making their way into a forager's basket soon!
The Wild Edibles Walk & Talk in Ojibway Park, Windsor was an enjoyable success. The temperature was warm, I was able to meet new people and we found an abundance of wild edibles such as mustards, wild strawberries, asters, henbit, violets, Creeping Charlie, cleavers and Queen Anne's l
Food really matters – and with two out of three cancers being related to food choices there is a wake-up call for all of us to start reading labels and stop putting faith into the system. Many items are approved by government agencies, yet whether these items act alone or synergistica