Guides from the Raleigh non-profit Piedmont Picnic Project led a two hour walking tour to forage edible wild plants in the area around the Raleigh City Farm on North Blount Street Saturday, August 29, 2015. A dozen local amateur foragers learned three ways to forage in an urban environment: finding edible wild plants in public spaces, borrowing excess edible plants from neighbors and planting your own wild foods at home. Harry Lynch The News & Observer
Guides from the Raleigh non-profit Piedmont Picnic Project led a two hour walking tour to forage edible wild plants in the area around the Raleigh City Farm on North Blount Street Saturday, August 29, 2015. A dozen local amateur foragers learned three ways to forage in an urban environment: finding edible wild plants in public spaces, borrowing excess edible plants from neighbors and planting your own wild foods at home. Harry Lynch The News & Observer

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August 29, 2015 2:18 PM

Urban foragers show how to gather wild foods in downtown Raleigh

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