April 13, 2015 - 11:43 am
Wild foods and food foraging are gaining popularity on restaurant menus and lifestyle pages. This series features perspectives on wild foods, from native food sovereignty and sustainable foraging, to how to eat your weeds.
Episode 1 – Muckleshoot tribe traditional food and medicine program manager, Valerie Segrest shares cultural perspective on our relationship with our food and place.
Episode 2 – Wilderness guide, forager, and Western Washington University’s Fairhaven College adjunct professor of wild foods, Jennifer Hahn shares the importance of sustainable foraging.
Episode 3 – Jennifer Hahn is the author of the wild foods guide and cookbook, Pacific Feast. She shares some recipes of weeds you can eat.
Episode 4 – Jennifer Hahn shares her enthusiasm for wild foods alongside good education on how to forage for food sustainably.
Episode 5 – Jennifer Hahn talks about the importance of wild berries to our local biodiversity.
Photo: Leslie Seaton
Music: Gepel – Moducue Ta Vieja Y Ya
Producers: Yuko Kodama and Ruth Bly
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