Foraging Tours and Classes in Kentucky

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Foraging Tours, Walks, Classes, and Groups (Updated for 2021)

The list below has been curated to include only those groups and foragers that schedule regular events and are currently active. Please email us about any broken links or incorrect links so we can keep the list updated. If you offer classes or scheduled foraging events feel free to contact us about being added to the list.-

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1. The Hungry Forager

The Hungry Forager was established by George Barnett in early April 2020. As George studied trees, fungi, plants, and ecology over the previous four years, he was always foraging in his free time. The Hungry Forager provides wild food education and wild food consultation. The Hungry Forager is currently based out of Louisville, Kentucky.

2. Homesteading Workshops and Retreat

Tim Hensley and Jane Post are the owners of Homesteading Workshop and Retreat, located in Berea, Kentucky. Their interest lies in mushrooms and wild edibles. Activities are being held on their 200 acres of farmland situated in the Appalachian forest. They offer workshops and retreats.

3. Resilient Roots

Laven Kallmeyer is the owner of Resilient Roots. Her passion lies in medicinal plants and nature. Resilient Roots is located in Berea, Kentucky. She offers herbal wellness consultations, educational workshops, and more.

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