Much of the knowledge involved in the procurement of wild food has been dampened over several generations, though don’t be misled — this wisdom is still important and relevant in the 21st century.
Here’s the reality: The number of global environmental transgressions is increasing and the negative effects on the land are becoming dismally apparent. As this perilous process unfolds, more and more people are seeking ways to create positive change.
Amongst the discord, there is a solution. First, however, we must understand a simple concept: In order to protect the land, humans must initially (re)connect to the land.
I recently presented for the Biophilia: Pittsburgh group at Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens in Western Pennsylvania. During the presentation, I discussed the role wild food foraging plays today in providing the missing critical link connecting humans to their land.
Interested in hearing more? Check out Part 1 from the video series below! (More to follow!)