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Urban Foraging - Survival Plants for the 21st Century Hunter and Gatherer - with Scott Davis

  • October 12, 2017
  • 7:00 PM
  • FSU Coastal Marine Laboratory Auditorium, 3618 US-98, St. Teresa, FL 32358

Ever wondered if those pesky weeds in the backyard are edible? 

Scott Davis is our local guru when it comes to edible plants and you won’t want to miss his talk. 

Many people are completely unaware that many of the wild plants around their homes are edible, medicinal, highly-nutritious, and worth money in the growing wild-crafting industry. Learn about the region's bounty of wild edible plants, how to harvest them, how lucrative foraging can be, and about the high levels of sustainability associated with this ancient craft.

Scott is a ranger and botanist at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, and he serves many environmental organizations including Native Plant Society, Milkweed-Monarch Conservation Initiative, Florida Wild Mammal Association, and FWC Great Florida Birding Trail. 

This is a Free - Open to The Public event! 

More info: http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Lecture--Urban-Foraging---Survival-Plants-for-the-21st-Century-Hunter-and-Gatherer.html?soid=1110134778130&aid=GA5IbcAeDzk


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