Practical Ethnobotany in the Mid Atlantic

Practical Ethnobotany in the Mid-Atlantic Region Discover ten fun projects to engage with common plant and fungus species found on our New Jersey landscape. Projects will be discussed through the lens of traditional and modern knowledge, culture and outdoor living skills with naturalist, David Alexander.   Presentation to include Elderberry jam and tincture, Sumac Tea, Autumn Olive and Wine berry Fruit Roll-Ups, Pickled Leeks, Wild Teas, Jewelweed Ice Cubes, Hen of the woods Mushroom Jerky and Fried Chicken of the Woods.

When: Apr 29, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting: https://rutgers.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0oc-6srzgvGtYkF9BTMZUjxuZP2-qvZNhU

Elderberry Jam, Jelly and Tincture

Sumac Tea

Autumn Olive and Wine Berry Fruit Roll-Ups

Pickling Wild Leeks

Wild Teas

Jewelweed Ice Cubes

Oyster Mushroom Jerky

Fried Chicken of the Woods

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