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Edible Native Landscapes Walk & Talk

When:

Sat 3 Oct 2015, 10:00am–11:00am
Sat 3 Oct 2015, 12:00pm–1:00pm

Where: Hobsonville Point Farmers Market, The Landing, Hobsonville Point, Hobsonville

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: festival

Edible Native Landscapes is the name for free food-foraging walks and talks around Hobsonville Point, taking place on Saturday 3 October, 10am & 12noon. Each walk starts and ends at the Kaipatiki Project stall at the Hobsonville Point Farmers Market.

Join Charmaine Wiapo to explore some of the edible possibilities in our wild public spaces or tamed home gardens. The hour-long journey will cover how to identify, harvest and taste edible native plants, as well as touching on traditional harvest and contemporary use.

Charmaine Wiapo has been working for the last 25 years sharing knowledge about our native and exotic landscapes, teaching within the community to reconnect people with our natural world. She is the Director of Uru Whakaaro Ltd specialising in Indigenous Natural Heritage Management.

The walks are part of Mini Ecofest, an 8-day festival celebrating 'the good life', which is organised by Kaipatiki Project, the environment centre of the North Shore, from Saturday 3 October to Sunday 11 October.

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