Join us for a unique experience, as you discover the natural edibles in the uncultivated areas of Grey Arrow 35 Acre Farm. The forage walk, led by Jenn Doucet of Roots for the Earth will shine a light on some of the natural edible plants on the farm, helping you to identify some tasty indigenous plants of the region. Wander by the hives, from Wildflower Bride, as we see the busy workers that pollinate the plants. Wrapping up the edible plant walk by viewing the organic vegetables grown at Grey Arrow, with owners Andrea & Denis Forstbauer.
After the walk be prepared to be treated to a specially selected picnic dinner created by Chef Jade Patton, of the Hart House, as we experience the bounty of the region. Dinner will showcase tasty selections, such as Alberta Beef, and local dairy, topped off by a sampling of local craft beer spirits. The dinner will be accompanied by local musical artist, Emily Mae, who will be providing the perfect ambiance for this outdoor experience.
Event runs rain or shine, please dress for the weather and the walk through grassy and/pr treed areas. Due to the nature of this event, dietary restrictions are unable to be accommodated.
Directions: We are the big brown house just north of the intersection of Rge Rd 205 and TWP Rd 480
Join us on August 17th or 18th when more than 100 farms, ranches and ag-tourism operators open their gates and invite visitors to share in local stories, see on-farm demonstrations and purchase locally grown and produced products.