Are you intrigued by wild mushrooms? Join Ari Rockland-Miller of The Mushroom Forager on a tour of September’s wild flavors. When summer rains fall, the forests of Vermont can harbor a great diversity of wild mushrooms, including choice edibles like yellowfoot chanterelles, porcini, and hedgehog mushrooms. This guided foray will explore the woods around the Green Mountain Audubon Center while introducing mushroom hunting safety, strategy, ethics and sustainability. After the hunt, The Mushroom Forager's Jenna Antonino DiMare will prepare a simple but delicious tasting!
Participants should dress for hiking in the woods and bring water. This program is fully outdoors and will be held rain or shine unless the weather presents a safety hazard (such as thunder-storms).
Program Fee + Registration:
Registration is required for all participants and capped at a total of 20 people.
$45/Audubon Member, $50/non-member*
Become an Audubon Member at any time with a donation. Learn more: https://vt.audubon.org/ways-give/
*Please contact us if you are interested in attending but in need of a partial scholarship: 802-434-3068
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