Foraging Summer’s Fields and Forests

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Foraging Summer’s Fields and Forests

IN-PERSON Conservation and Stewardship CLASS
A close up of a milkweed plant in bloom.
Scott Hummel

Dates & Price

Saturday, August 5, 2023
8:00–11:00 am

Inclement weather date: Saturday, August 19

Fee: $69

Fee for Innovators, Gardens Preferred, and Gardens Premium Members: $62

Fee includes all-day admission to the Gardens on the day of the class. 

Registration ends on July 30, 2023.

Registrations may be cancelled up to two weeks before the event, and your registration fee, less a $30 processing fee, will be refunded.

To notify us of your cancellation, email us or call 610-388-5454.

This class is intended as an adult learning experience.  Find out more about our Family Learning experiences.

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Innovators, Gardens Preferred, and Gardens Premium Members save on Continuing Education Courses

A 10% discount on classes will be applied automatically at the time of checkout. 

Join expert forager and author Debbie Naha-Koretzky—also a registered dietician, Certified Rutgers Master Gardener, and Pennsylvania Master Naturalist—for a Longwood walk and embark on a firsthand discovery of edible plants from jewelweed to milkweed and mayapple to black walnut. Learn how to safely identify, collect, and prepare wild plants and delve into the guidelines and ethics of foraging, including how to forage legally and responsibly to protect the environment. Among this expert guidance, you’ll also gather recipes to try at home using edible wild plants.


The Terracotta Room in Longwood's Terrace Restaurant and in the Gardens. 


Debbie Naha-Koretzky