Category Archives: Cultural diversity

Plants Gone Wild

below is an extract from the article By Sheridan Randall, as it appeared on the latest edition of Open House Magazine, an online and printed publication for the food industry. Read here the full article> thanks Sheridan Plants gone wild … Continue reading

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Harvesting mushrooms with foodies

Because of what you do you get to hang out a lot with food affecionados: chefs, caterers, providores, producers, distributors, believers and amateurs. The common threat is the love for produce, its possibilities and the discovery of natural ingredients at … Continue reading

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My Crown Of Weeds

You are reblogging here the words from Jennifer Hamilton, on the occasion when you went on an harvest to collect with her the necessary ingredients for a Crown Of Weeds… read on>> “A long time ago I promised to think … Continue reading

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On Foraging Mulberries, Dock and Fennel

Joel Werner host a very interesting program on ABC Radio, Off Track. It is always interesting to get to talk to a producer and/or host, as you can then understand better the selection of interviews and the range of topics … Continue reading

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Media for Wild Stories, reaching the local audience

Artist shares wild idea FARAH ABDURAHMAN 21 Mar, 2012 South West Advertiser EVERYDAY plants found in your backyard could have health and medicinal benefits. Diego Bonnetto, an artist with a love of all things botanical, has developed a movement within … Continue reading

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on the common amaranth

It is everywhere around here, green amaranth, amaranthus viridis. It is a declared environmental weed in some places and a prized food in others, see what wikipedia has to say: Amaranthus viridis is eaten traditionally as a vegetable in South … Continue reading

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Dillan and the games of youth

Baloonvine fishing rod a video by the weed one on Flickr. As you were in residence at Casula Powerhouse for the development of Wild Stories, you met Dillan, a young boy from the neighborhood. As it happens, this boy knows … Continue reading

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InsideOut TV comes to the Foraging Tour!

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