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Wild at Heart

BY MOLLY WARD
@ VOL 17 ON NOV 27, 2018

Molly Hagan-Ward knows from experience, that once you start wondering about what all the wild plants around you have to offer, you never stop! Let her encourage you to learn about the abundance that the earth is constantly providing. Whether outside your own front door, at work, or at your local park, there is green magic around every corner!

 

SITEWIDE Search Results: “Foraging”

PAST VOL 22

Brighton @ Silo
Nov 22, 2015

PAST VOL 6

Queenstown @ Queenstown Primary School
Mar 31, 2017

PAST VOL 17

Bryan @ Grand Stafford Theater
Nov 27, 2018

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Wild Foraging in Northern Forests

BY STEPH ST. LAURENT
@ VOL 2 ON MAY 13, 2014

Steph St. Laurent's formative years were spent in the deep woods, learning the sights and sounds of life in the great outdoors. Despite his busy city life as a filmmaker, he still spends as much time in our northern forests as he can. Steph offers some insight into which plants and berries to seek out. Foraging is, and will always be close to his heart.

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Foraging and Picking

BY BRIAN CARTER
@ VOL 17 ON SEP 15, 2016

"Architects are hunters and gatherers." 

In "Foraging and Picking" from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 17, professor of architecture Brian Carter provides a retrospective of twenty postcards from his many travels, highlighting what each image signifies in the mind of an architect. Carter reminds us that architecture can be an international language. It prompts travel, causing us walk into buildings, to meet people, and to listen, sense and smell the places that we go. 

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, November 21st, 2016. 

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What is Food

BY JEREMY UMANSKY
@ VOL 28 ON JUN 24, 2016

Chef and forager Jeremy Umansky talks about food as the universal uniter of humanity. Often sounding more like a scientist than a chef, Jeremy takes you on a journey discussing things not often discussed as being food and the processes that yield delicious and beautiful food expereinces. 

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The Foraging Behavior of Jackson Hole Mountain Lions

BY DR. MARK ELBROCH
@ STATE OF JACKSON'S MOUNTAIN LIONS: A CELEBRATION OF BIG CATS IN OUR MIDST, POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA ON JUL 27, 2018

Dr. Mark Elbroch serves as the Director of Panthera's Puma Program,  designing current puma research and conservation strategies across North and South America. Mark is a regular contributor to National Geographic’s CatWatch Blog and has authored and coauthored 10 books on natural history. He was the recipient of a 2011 Switzer Fellowship, the 2016 Craighead Conservation Award, and is a current National Geographic Explorer.

Mark Elbroch is presenting on the foraging behavior of Jackson Hole mountain lions.

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Volume 22: Good Grub - Tickets Now Available

A night of quick-fire talks on fodder.  From visual feasts to zero waste via foraging and fonts, Volume 22 of the official PechaKucha Brighton Nights will take place at Silo.   Our line-up includes:  Dougie McMaster, founder of Silo Josie Jeffrey, The Food Shed Christina Angus, Co-Founder of Street Diner Kate Jenkins, queen of crochet & food-inspired art Sarah Hyndman, innovative type expert & author of the book ‘Type Tasting’ Lisa Devlin, food photographer Claire Potter, sustainable design expert & urban forager We couldn't sit at Silo without eating, so the price of the ticket includes 3 light bite dishes, lovingly created by Dougie McMaster.    Tickets are now available here  The last two Brighton events have sold out quickly, so best be quick to secure your place at the Good Grub table.   See you on the 22nd November.

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Foraging and Picking

"Architects are hunters and gatherers."  In "Foraging and Picking" from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 17, professor of architecture Brian Carter provides a retrospective of twenty postcards from his many travels, highlighting what each image signifies in the mind of an architect. Carter reminds us that architecture can be an international language. It prompts travel, causing us walk into buildings, to meet people, and to listen, sense and smell the places that we go.