Wild Food Foraging Walk - FREE WORKSHOP

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Saturday, September 14, 2019 - 10:00am

Join us for a fun and interactive morning of Wild Foraging! Peter Fishl will lead us on a walk along the Tay river where we will forage wild plants.

Special attention will be given to seasonal plants such as chicory, wild grape and crabapple. Plants with medicinal properties will also be discussed.

Other plants we might find are milkweed, evening primrose root, burdock, wild salad greens ( plantain, clover, dandelion, strawberry), sumac berries and wild carrot.

The walk will end at the Last Duel community garden where we can walk through and learn about some of the plants growing in the Food Forest and nearby .

We will meet at Yak Youth Services where the walk will begin and make our way to the Last Duel community garden for lunch. 

Following the walk we will meet at the Last Duel Community Garden where we will have lunch. 12 30-1

Please not that lunch spots are limited but we will accomodate more participants for the walk.

Please visit our eventbrite page to register:



This is a free event however donations are welcomed.


Peter Fishl has been foraging and learning about wild foods for the last 25 years. He studied with Martha Weber of Constance Bay and some local wild foragers. He has been involved in many wild foraging events. Everything from 'Critter Dipping' for the kids, to Wild Leek walks. These walks often included harvesting, preparation and cooking. Most recently Peter has organized a walk for the 200th Anniversary of Tay Valley entitled ' Heritage Herbs. In related hobbies he photographs ' old growth ' trees in Lanark and has set up a guided nature trail .


1 Sherbrooke St E, Perth, ON K7H 1A1

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