Learning to Use Locally Grown and Wild Food
Tucked away off Highway 61 in the Northern Wilds is Finland, home to about 200 residents and a hotbed for the local foods movement. This February, two Finland residents, Honor Schauland and Kaare Melby, will be sharing their passion and knowledge for wild and local foods by offering three classes for the public at the Clair Nelson Center. Whether you are new to the idea of local food production or looking to up your game, Schauland and Melby are ready to help you find, preserve, and cook with locally grown and wild food.
Sign up for the Local Foods Classes:
Feb 10th – Finding, Buying, and Gathering Locally Grown and Wild Food
Feb 17th –Storing Locally Grown and Wild Food: Drying, Freezing, Canning, and Fermenting
Feb 24th – Cooking With Locally Grown and Wild Food