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Foraging for Wild Foods (LLFW 483) / Lifelong Learning

Nature provides a beautiful untended garden in the forests and backyards that surround us, sitting mostly unappreciated and ignored. Discover the hidden edible delights that await once you know what you are looking for and soon, what you may have considered a weed, will become a nutritious delicacy on your dinner table. When you complete this course you will find yourself hunting elderberries and eating nettles raw as you hunt for that next food find. For the field day students are asked to wear long pants, long sleeves, and hiking boots or shoes. We will travel to American Fork Canyon for the field day and students are encouraged to carpool. Field location is subject to change.

This class qualifies for the wellU requirements.

Fall 2015 Section 1
Days Date(s) Time Location Price
Th 09/10/15 7:00 pm  - 9:00 pm ANNEX RM TBA Tuition: $69 + Special Fee: $5.00 = $74.00
S 09/12/15 9:00 am  - 1:00 pm SLC UT

Note: See Annex entrance doors for classroom location.
Instructor: JOSH WOOD


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