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February 1, 2012 at 7:00 AM

Foraging for wild foods, at the Native Plant Society Thursday

Author Jennifer Hahn will be the featured presenter at the Central Puget Sound Chapter of the Native Plant Society this Thursday night.

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The author, in a photo from her website for her book, Pacific Feast, Wild Food Foraging and Cuisine.

The meeting will be held on Groundhog Day, Feb.

2, 2012, at the Center for Urban Horticulture, 3501 NE 41st St., Seattle.

There will be refreshments and socializing at 7 p.m., and the program will

begin at 7:30 p.m. after Chapter announcements.

Here’s Linda Ellis from the Native Plant Society, with her invitation to the meeting:

“When it comes to eating within your own foodshed, wild foraging is as local

as it gets. Come explore 50-plus common edible native plants from mountain

to sea — with award-winning author and naturalist, Jennifer Hahn. Jennifer

will share slides and stories from her new book.

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“Discover a host of delicious and nutritious wild and weedy greens, trees, ferns,

berries, flowers, mushrooms, sea veggies and shellfish that thrive along the

Pacific Coast. Enjoy a refreshing blend of natural history, First Nation

uses, personal anecdotes, nutrition, I.D.”

Hahn will sell and sign books after her presentation.

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