Saturday, August 25, 2007

Hunting Wild Foods on the Appalachian Trail in New York

The New York Academy of Science has a "webzine" in which appears notice of an upcoming group hike and wild food hunt billed as a 4-hour walking tour. Specifically, they say that
"'Wildman' Steve Brill will lead one of his world-famous Wild Food and Ecology Tours of the Appalachian Trail in Pawling, NY. America's most famous hiking trail, which runs for hundreds of miles from Maine to Georgia. [sic] Our stretch, running through Pawling, NY, is loaded with wild foods."
The tour is set for Saturday 25 August 2007 at 11:30, leaving from the Metro North Appalachian Trail Station [i.e., the 4 hours does not include the train ride from Manhattan and points in between]. And the article about this is titled "Hunt for Burdock Root on the Appalachian Trail."

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