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Winter Lecture Series: Wild Edible Plants of the Northeast

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Sunday, January 19 2:00 pm
End
Sunday, January 19 3:00 pm

Free

Many people don’t realize they are surrounded by edible plants. Join Debra Naha-Koretzky, the Wild Edibles Lady, for a fun program that will open your eyes to the world of wild edibles. As she likes to say about invasives, ‘If you can’t beat ‘em, eat ‘em!’ The program will include a wild tea tasting and attendees may also take home a wild recipe or two.

Debra Naha-Koretzky received her master’s degree in clinical nutrition from New York University. She is a licensed dietitian nutritionist, a certified Rutgers master gardener, a certified science teacher and a Pennsylvania master naturalist. She has conducted countless foraging programs on plant nutrition, identification, safety, look-alike plants, sustainable harvesting and more. Her advanced training in nutrition provides a unique approach to appreciating wild edible plants.

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Fees: Members $10; Non-members: $15

Additional Information: Online registration for this program closes on January 17, 2020; to register after this date, please call our Visitor Center at 215.862.2924.

This lecture is part of our annual Winter Lecture Series. The series features presentations by regionally renowned experts who address a wide range of topics related to natural history, biodiversity, ecological gardening, native plants and native wildlife. All lectures are held in the Preserve’s Visitor Center auditorium. This is a very popular series, so sign up early to ensure your place. Walk-ins welcome as space permits.

Inclement Weather: If we must cancel or postpone a program, we will try to get the message out via Facebook and our website. We will try to contact pre-registrants through phone and/or email. Please check those sources before venturing out if there is doubt about the weather.