We’re looking forward to another amazing season of learning, tending, gathering and tasting the abundant, endlessly diverse wild edible plants all around us–and to sharing all that with you! Join Andy Gricevich to spend time in beautiful outdoor spaces and meet the tender greens of spring, the flowers and fruits of high summer, the nuts and fungi of fall, and much more.
Our walks are scheduled for three hours, and take place at various locations in and around Madison, Wisconsin. Walks are $50 per participant (kids under 5 are free; ages 6-15 are half price).
2023 Wild Food Wanders
Sign up now by sending $50 per participant (or the kids’ rate, or the price listed for special events) via PayPal to email@example.com, or Venmo @whatgotgathered (if you sign up via Venmo, please provide your email as well). Be sure to specify which walk you’re signing up for–and to read the notes below!
Note: any walk may be subject to rescheduling–though generally they happen rain or shine. Lightning might do it.
Another note: There’s a four-person minimum for any given walk. That’s almost never an issue, but, if we don’t get to four signups, you’ll be offered a refund, or given the opportunity to join another Wander instead.
Final note: sorry about all the notes!
Saturday, April 15th, 2-5 p.m.
Meet at Glenwood Children’s Park, 602 Glenway, Madison (below the bike path where it crosses Glenway–or park in the neighborhood west of the park).
Sunday, April 23, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Lake Farm County Park, 4330 Libby Rd., Madison
Meet by the observation tower near the park entrance (by picnic shelter #1).
Saturday, May 6, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Wild Food & Fire workshop with Wild Harvest Nature Connection. See our homepage for information. Note the different time frame and cost.
Saturday, May 13, 2-5 p.m.
Donald County Park, 1945 Highway 92, Mt. Horeb
Meet by the picnic shelter near the parking lot for the Pop’s Knoll entrance.