Foraging for Wild Berries

If you are looking to find berry variety beyond what your local grocery store or farmer’s market offers, you can look to berry foraging to seek and find a delicious array of berry options in your backyard or further afield.

When you forage for berries, you’ll learn about your environment, connect with nature, and diversify your palate with the potent, intense flavors of wild harvested foods.

Generally, berry season is mid to late summer, but there are a few exceptions. Blueberries can start in late spring until summer, same with strawberries. But really, you can start your berry forage planning in the spring. Early in the season, you can find solid patches of plants or trees in fields and forests. Once you find them, keep an eye on them for the next few months as the berry season comes into full swing. Read more…

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