By Invitation Only

Join us on August 27th for a special foraging walk and social hour at the Horn Farm Center.

Summer is an abundant time for foraging! Explore local plant ecology, gain knowledge about wild edibles, and discover alternative uses for plants on a special guided foraging walk with Woodland Steward, Wilson Alvarez. This class emphasizes ethical foraging and ways of giving back to the land –reinforcing how thinking like an ecosystem should guide our practice of gathering wild foods.

We invite you to choose from one of two complimentary program sessions – the morning or afternoon. All participants are invited to join us for refreshments and socializing in the corn barn from 12:00pm-1:00pm (either before or after your selected program).

This is a free, invite-only program for our dedicated donors. Please register any guests who will be attending with you. Young children accompanying an adult may attend. 

Beginners and experienced foragers are welcome. 

Schedule of Events:

10:00AM-12:00PM: Foraging Walk: Morning Session

12:00PM-1:00PM: Wildcrafted and farm-inspired refreshments and socializing in the corn barn.

1:00PM-3:00PM: Foraging Walk: Afternoon Session

Additional Event Details:

  • Parking is along the field above the farmhouse.
  • Social event will be held in the Horn Farm Center’s corn barn.
  • Please wear weather appropriate attire and walking shoes.
  • Invite a guest to this event!

More about the Program:

Foraging is the act of finding and gathering wild foods. By engaging in this age-old practice, we can provide ourselves with healthy and abundant food and medicine, become more self-reliant, and connect on a much deeper level to the landscape in which we live.

About the Instructor

Wilson Alvarez is a certified permaculture designer, inventor, gardener, skilled tracker, bowyer, nature-awareness instructor, and writer from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Since 2004, he has taught classes and workshops on bio-intensive agriculture, regenerative technology, foraging, hunting, trapping, tracking, and wilderness survival. Wilson studied at the Wilderness Awareness School via the Kamana program, and he received his Permaculture Design Certificate through Susquehanna Permaculture.