Nov. 26 – Introduction to Foraging Presentation at Southfield Library

Nov. 26 – Introduction to Foraging Presentation at Southfield Library

Southfield, MI – As part of the Fall Gardening/Nature Series “The Gardening Guru Presents,” check out these programs at Southfield Library:

September: Soil, Water, and Hardscapes: The Gardener’s Role in Environmental Stewardship

Tuesday, September 24 from 7:00-8:30 pm in the Meeting Room

Jim Nash, Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner, will examine the gardener’s role in environmental stewardship; learn how gardeners can prevent soil erosion and storm water run-off, conserve water, and protect their property and home infrastructure. Mr. Nash will also address broader topics of current WRC projects including environmental sustainability, green building, and regional cooperation.

November: Introduction to Foraging

Tuesday, November 26 from 7:00-8:30 pm in the Meeting Room

Over the river and through the woods –just in time for Thanksgiving dinner, expert forager Minjung Godfrey takes us on a trip to nature’s food pantry. What is foraging? How much food can you get by foraging? How can you forage safely and what other concerns do you need to consider? If you have ever wondered about foraging or want to forage but don’t know how to begin, Ms. Godfrey will be your guide.

Southfield Public Library is located in the Southfield Municipal Complex, 26300 Evergreen Rd.

Visit the Library’s Home Page at www.southfieldlibrary.org. For further information, please call the Guest Services Desk at 248.796.4224.

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