Where the Wild Things AreWhere the Wild Things Are walks will take place rain or shine. Each walk costs $25 per person. Williams College students will be admitted free, based on availability.

Register for the walk(s) of your choice at least 48 hours in advance by visiting Eventbrite or by clicking on the date and time link to specific walks below.

Photo credit Angela Cardinali

Click on the date and time below to visit the direct link to register:
Saturday, April 28 (11am – 1pm) — Aimee Gelinas at Stone Hill in Williamstown
Sunday, April 29 (1 – 3pm) — Blanche Derby at Field Farm in Williamstown

Saturday, May 5 (1 – 3pm) — Russ Cohen at Money Brook Trail in Williamstown
Sunday, May 6 (1 – 3pm) — Russ Cohen at Cole Field in Williamstown

Saturday, May 12 (10am – 12pm) — Evan Strusinski at Laura’s Tower in Stockbridge
Sunday, May 13 (10am – 12pm) — Evan Strusinski at Monument Mtn in Gt Barrington

Saturday, May 19 (9 – 11am) — Aimee Galinas at Tyringham Cobble in Tyringham
Sunday, May 20 (1:30 – 3:30pm) — John Wheeler at South Mountain Western Region Headquarters for DCR in Pittsfield

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Photo credit Chris Amendola

PLEASE NOTE, participants are required to pre-register for all foraging walks at least 48 hours in advance. Walk-ins are not permitted as there is limited space for each walk. Registration is non-refundable. For the safety and comfort of other participants, dogs are not permitted on the foraging walks.

Location is subject to change but will remain in the northern or southern Berkshires as originally planned. Registered participants will receive confirmation of location via email the week of the walk. Please wear appropriate clothing and shoes for hiking and weather conditions.

Williams College Students Williams College Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program

As part of Williams College’s ongoing commitment to sustainable food and local agriculture, the College is co-sponsoring Where the Wild Things Are. The Williams College Sustainable Food and Agriculture Program and The Zilkha Center for Environmental Initiatives are supporting the walks as a community partnership to further incorporate the principles of sustainability into the fabric of campus life. For more information on Williams’ ongoing commitment to sustainable food, visit their website.

Interested Williams College students will be admitted free, based on availability. If you are a Williams College student, please register online and select “Williams College Student” for your ticket.  Please send us an email to confirm your registration by writing to us at berkshirefarmtable@gmail.com.

Photo credit Evan Strusinski


For more info, email Berkshire Farm & Table at berkshirefarmtable@gmail.com or call Mezze Bistro + Bar at 413.458.0123.

Thank you to our sponsors!!