Category Archives: Other’s Weeds Art

A gourmetician harvesting mushrooms

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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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A review of the Wild Edibles workshops provided for Crave Sydney

This blog appeared on The Food Sage blog, see here for the original posting>> If you fancy yourself as a forager but don’t know a good edible plant from a bad one, let Diego Bonetto take you under his wild … Continue reading

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Making a cookbook about foraging? yes please

Here’e the work of a group of people from New York, who with verve and good humor is offering a new way to look at the botany living around us. Great the statement “So why the focus on foraging? Well, … Continue reading

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On foraging and Videos, a poetic response

From Alex and Clare Pioneers from vdmalex on Vimeo. 2010 we attended a ‘Weed Tour’ of Sydney Park, hosted by local artist Diego Bonetto as part of the Museum of Contemporary Art’s major exhibition ‘In The Balance: Art for a … 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 how to make a bark canoe

Historians Jim Walliss and instigator Diego Bonetto collaborate with artists Steve Russell and Noel Lonesborough from Boolarng Nangamai Aboriginal Corporation to tackle the challenge of making a traditional (Aboriginal) Jervis Bay canoe from the bark of a stringybark tree sourced … Continue reading

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Tattoo idea for Dandelions lovers

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