Tag Archives: Sustainable harvest

From Wild Things Fields to Farmed + Foraged Tables

Berkshire Farm & Table’s Where the Wild Things Are foraging walks were a great success! We sold out seven of the eight walks and had more than 150 participants take part in the series. Approximately 100 community members came from the Berkshire region with more than 50 folks from six states including VT, CT, NY,Continue Reading

Cole Field with Russ Cohen

On the riverbank of the Hoosic River are winding trails alongside Cole Field in Williamstown. On Sunday, May 16, expert forager and author Russ Cohen led a group of us while teaching all about wild edibles, native species, invasives and how to cook with foraged foods. The following photos were taken by Zan Farr ofContinue Reading

Walking in the Woods with Russ Cohen

The following commentary is from Brent Wasser of the Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program at Williams College: Saturday’s walk on the Money Brook Falls trail with Russ Cohen was great! He was very good at keeping the group together and focused on a wide variety of plants. He also spoke authoritatively on how to cookContinue Reading

Foraging with Blanche Derby

The following post is from Brent Wasser of the Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program at Williams College: A perfect spring day! On Sunday, April 29, Blanche Derby led a group of interested foragers through Field Farm in Williamstown. Sunday’s weather was especially springlike and refreshing. Cattails, pokeweed, nettles, garlic mustard — these were exciting thingsContinue Reading

Where the Wild Things Are: Tickets on Sale Now!

The Where the Wild Things Are foraging walks schedule has been announced for Spring 2012. For details on the wild edibles walks, the full schedule, foragers’ bios and ticketing info, select the¬†Where the Wild Things Are pull-down menu on the black bar (far left) at the top of this page and visit the area youContinue Reading

Where the Wild Things Are Foraging Walks Announced for 2012!

Where the Wild Things Are foraging walks will take place for a second year in late April and May. A few familiar faces and some new foraging experts, too. The website is live and ready to go. Check it out for more info!Continue Reading