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Litquake 2015

I will be speaking at San Francisco’s Litquake this year.  I will be on a panel on Sunday.  For more information click here Share on Facebook Tweet This Post

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More and more lately I have been “foraging” from my own backyard garden. I spend very little time maintaining it, but this year has been the most productive and successful of any garden I have ever grown.  It has been such a blessing, that I realize more and more that everyone should have something like […]

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Picnic Lunch and Learn

Lately I’ve been busy not so much foraging, but really enjoying the benefits of gardening and being in the kitchen. I’ve been eating so well this summer from all the fresh ingredients and Lauren’s amazing cooking, that I thought I had to share this with you. Here is just one of the amazing dishes we’ve […]

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Garden Tour and Foray

August 16 Garden Tour and Edible Wild Plant Foray   We’ll start the Edible Wild Plant Foray as usual in the open space, learning about what is still growing there in the dry season. We will then spend the second half of the tour in the large semi-wild, permaculture style, food forest inspired, mega diverse […]

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This Sunday, June 14, 2015, from 10 am until noon, I will be offering a 50% sale on my Edible Wild Plant Foray class.  When registering through EventBrite, simply add the promotion code: FERAL and receive 50% off the price of the class. The class promises to be one of the best, with wild artichokes, […]

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My new book, Practically Wild: Food and Health Through the Eyes of a Modern Forager, has been released!  Currently it is only available by ordering here  (click “add to cart”) — or in person such as in one my classes or talks. This book has proven difficult for me come up with a concise description of its […]

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It’s spring and there is so much potential. It is my favorite time of year. And although Efishent Foods will grow year round in a Bay Area greenhouse, and have produce available all year, — even some tropical and warm season plants in the winter! — spring still is important to get started on a […]

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Bay Area foraging in the news Share on Facebook Tweet This Post

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My new book is available in electronic form!  The physical printed book will follow very shortly.  It is a PDF version that should be readable on my platforms and technologies. About the book: Practically Wild: Food and Health Through the Eyes of a Modern Forager is a distillation of my 15+ years of research and […]

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