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Enjoy a wild food feast in Pittsboro

Wellness educator Kim Calhoun is leading a class and dinner from 4:30-8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, in Pittsboro on how to find and create a wild food feast.

This is Calhounā€™s annual Fall Equinox Forage and Wild Feast event. Calhoun will lead students on a walk to identify and forage wild plants and then everyone will gather for a dinner that night at The Plant, 220 Lorax Lane, Pittsboro. The event costs $45 per person.

Register and pay for the class at abundancehealingarts.com/events.html

And if you missed my earlier post, Asheville forager Alan Muskat is offering an educational walk in Chapel Hill Saturday.

Learn how to forage for food during Saturday class in Chapel Hill

Renown Asheville forager Alan Muskat will be teaching a class Saturday in Chapel Hill.

At the Pickards Mountain Eco-Institute, Muskat will lead students on a walk through the woods and meadows looking for edible wild food. The students also will learn how to serve and preserve the wild foods in the institute's learning kitchen.

I wrote a story about Muskat earlier this year. Go HERE to read it.

The class is from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. It costs $45/person and and pre-registration is required. Visit NoTasteLikeHome.org or call 828-209-8599 to register.

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