Friday, July 15
90-minute tours at 10am and 3pm
Meet in the park on 16th and Columbia Road NW
Washington, D.C.

Join Roadside Food Projects for a back road, urban foraging expedition through the Nation’s Capital. ‘Wildman’ Steve Brill, America’s foremost urban forager, will guide the culinary exploration. This edible tour will lead participants through the forested streets of Mt. Pleasant in search of wineberries, dandelions, walnuts and all the other undiscovered wild foods that grow in the city. There will be two 90-minute hands-on tours that will focus a new lens on the urban landscape and illuminate the rich ecology hidden in plain sight between the city streets. As our tour draws to a close, Pleasant Pops will serve up special ‘foraged’ pops featuring fruits and herbs collected in the District. Steve Brill will curate the tour and lead a discussion about how our conventional food system has drawn our attention away from the abundance that grows just steps away from our homes. Purchase tickets online or pay with credit/cash at the door.

Tickets are $15, visit eatlocalfirstdc.eventbrite.com to purchase.

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