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Sun, Jun 09



Wild Edible Walk & Pollinator Talk

Join us for a walk around the farm with our own Sarah Lucas & Mary Beth Reid to learn about edible wild plants prized by both human and bee foragers.

 Wild Edible Walk  & Pollinator Talk
 Wild Edible Walk  & Pollinator Talk

Time & Location

Jun 09, 2024, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Wingdale, 147 Old Forge Rd, Wingdale, NY 12594, USA

About the event

Join Sarah Lucas and Mary Beth Reid for a journey on the farm, learning about edible wild plants, pollinator habitat and the role of the master foragers - honeybees - in our ecosystem. We will have our observational honeybee hive on display and honey available for sale. The walk will last about 90 minutes and focus on the magic of common plants used by both human and bee foragers in our area. We will learn how to find, identify, and responsibly harvest wild edibles, as well as the importance of honeybees today.


Grounded in a philosophy of environmental and agricultural ethics, Sarah Lucas is a farmer at HVH, educator and trained forager. 

Mary Beth Reid is a master beekeeper, and watches over our farm hives in addition to her own apiary in Millerton, NY.

Rain or shine, all ages!

Please come prepared for the elements and wear close-toed shoes.


  • Wild Edible Walk

    Sale ends: Jun 09, 12:00 PM

    Please come prepared for the elements, rain or shine, and wear sturdy shoes for walking on uneven terrain.




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