This will be an early spring foraging workshop for folks who consider themselves as beginners to an intermediate level. We’ll be focusing on hunting and harvesting the elusive Morels during this workshop in particular. This class will take place entirely outdoors, so for those who aren’t comfortable in outdoor settings for several hours (or hiking up to 2.5 miles), this may not be for you. Morel foraging is something that sparks inspiration and excitement for foragers all around the world during their relatively short fruiting period. This workshop will cover what tools to bring with you out in the field, what landscape to search in (referencing to particular tree species that Morels have mycorrhizal connections to), how to properly identify a Morel (a few look-a likes exists out there), how to harvest and then preserve or prepare the harvest (granted we find them). We’ll also cover certain ecological roles that Morels employ in the forest. Tickets are available here, this class ONLY has 10 spots available. There will be a waiver to fill out upon purchase of admission tickets that’s required to join us.
Saturday April 17th, 2021 at 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Daniel Boone National Forest (event address and details are shared via email with ticket purchase)
Cancellation notice: If you choose to cancel your ticket(s), please do so at least 7 days before the scheduled workshop. Your $50.00 ticket purchase will be eligible for a 50% refund if canceled seven days prior to the workshop event date. If canceled after, there’s no refunds.