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Invaders take over Rockland County

Posted by on Jun 30, 2013 in Berries, Blogs, Featured, Foraging, Plant ID, Plants, The Rockland Forager | 0 comments

Mile a minute is a growing pest that is invading our county. But it isn't alone. There are many aggressively growing species that hale from the Orient that have made their home in Rockland County, crowding out our native species and changing our entire landscape.

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Delicious Daylilies

Posted by on Jun 14, 2013 in Blogs, Featured, Foraging, Mushrooms, Plants, Seasons, The Rockland Forager | 0 comments

For most of us, Daylilies are attractive and colorful additions to our gardens, yet they can equally as well be a tasty addition to any dish either as an ingredient or as a garnish

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Eating 17 Year Cicadas – A Cicada Cookery Party

Posted by on Jun 5, 2013 in Blogs, Featured, The Rockland Forager | 0 comments

Suburban Foragers gathered together with the Rockland Forager, Paul Tappenden, for a 17 year Cicada Party. Cicada Cookery 101. They were rather tasty buggers. Read on to learn about eating insects as wild edibles.

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10 Top Reasons to Forage

Posted by on May 8, 2013 in Blogs, Featured, Foraging, Opinion, Survival, Sustainability, The Rockland Forager | 0 comments

As a  forager, I am often asked why I would bother gathering edible wild...

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Our Transient but Beautiful Spring Visitors

Posted by on Mar 23, 2013 in Blogs | 0 comments

Every year as we bid farewell to March, we enter that magical period when we...

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