How to Identify and Harvest Wild, Edible, and Medicinal Plants in an Ethical Way

“It can be easy to forget about the wealth of food that grows all around us. Come out and learn about edible plants that call our region home. Lori Snyder from the Metis Nation will discuss how to identify and harvest wild, edible, and medicinal plants in an ethical way. Please dress appropriately for the weather. Fairview/False Creek South Neighbourhood Food Network is a new and emerging Neighbourhood Food Network sponsored by Village Vancouver.”

Time: This Saturday, October 17, 2015 from 11am to 1pm

Location: Granville Island Picnic Pavilion (behind Water Park and Cats Social House, near False Creek Community Centre)

Organized By: Ross Moster, Lori Snyder, and Fairview/False Creek South Neighbourhood Food Network

Join us for a potluck and Food Network visioning session on October 23rd.

Cost: Free

Registration: Ross Moster at ross or here

Complete Sustenance Festival information can be found at October’s Right To Food Zine also contains festival info.


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