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Eat This Week, May 2 to 8 2018: Into the Wild 

Published May 2, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.

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Foray into the forested world of wild edibles and other found foods with expert woods folk. Visitors will learn to identify palatable plants and mushrooms — or sit for a roundtable discussion on the ethical collection thereof. Other presentations include a talk on using plate-friendly pest species, post-harvest farm gleaning and soil rehabilitation.

Vermont Wildcrafting Conference: Saturday, May 5, and Sunday, May 6, Fletcher Free Library, Burlington. Free; preregister. Info,

More food events

Adventures in the Kitchen: Re-Authoring Stories of Home: Psychologist Jason Frishman guides home cooks through practice-based culinary adventures such as making sourdough bread or stocks and broths, with an eye toward narrative storytelling. Fridays, May 4-18, 6 p.m., Richmond Community Kitchen, $55-170; preregister. Info,

Annual Fruit Tree & Perennial Sale: Tree huggers and would-be orchardists scoop up rare and unique sapling plums, peaches, apples and cane fruit from one of Vermont's most extensive heirloom collections. Saturday, May 5, 9 a.m.-noon, Scott Farm Orchard, Dummerston. Free. Info,

Agricola Farm Dinner: Hog-hungry diners gather for a farm tour and multicourse supper at Agricola's idyllic farmhouse. Saturday, May 5, 5:30 p.m., Agricola Farm, Panton. $75. Info,

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Hannah Palmer Egan

Hannah Palmer Egan

Hannah Palmer Egan is a food and drink writer at Seven Days.


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