The Fantastic Forest Forage

Family walking on path smiling

Each year, Savour Winnipeg, in partnership with outdoor educator and foraging fan Barret Miller, offers a Fantastic Forest Forage, a guided excursion that unearths the edible bounty available in our own back yard, and teaches you the basics of wild food gathering. We cover plant identification, tools of the trade, tips and tricks for finding your favourite vittles, and sample whatever we find.

UNBELIEVABLE VALUE!

Foraging classes, wild edible excursions, guided tours and eco tourism opportunities like the Fantastic Forest Forage routinely cost $100, $200 even $500. But we offer our excursions for only $50. 

Because what’s edible changes with the season, we don’t want you to miss a thing. SavourWinnipeg.com site customers exclusively get a free upgrade to a full season pass. That means you get every single date and time you can make for the same price of $50.That’s all EIGHT sessions, for $50.  And kids 12 and under forage free.*

2018 DATES COMING SOON!

*Children and youth must be accompanied by an adult with a valid season pass.


Media Coverage

Global News “Better Winnipeg: New Palettes found with Forest Foragers program”

A weekly feature that focuses on people and events that make Winnipeg better, Michelle Lissel joined us last summer and savoured the experience. Find her article and video here.

City-TV’s Breakfast Television

Remote host Drew Kozub has a series of informative conversations with the studio crew then samples some pancakes with wild sunflower seeds and sips on a delicious bush tea made with wild mint and rose hips.

 Watch video.

“Hunger Games Meets Iron Chef” by Susan Peters. Macleans Magazine. September 2012.

While mainly featuring co-presenter Barret Miller, this well-written article gives a nod to Savour Winnipeg for creation of the Fantastic Forest Forage.

Read article.

 “Finding Food in the Forest” by Shel Zolkevich. Canadian Gardening. August, 2011. 

A nice piece on the partnership and an overview of a handful of the wild edibles we forage for each season.

Read article.

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