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Marie Claire going wild?

Anne Fullerton was on a mission. Enticed by the latest culinary crave for wild food, she decided to take on the challenge of preparing a dinner entirely sourced from urban wilderness. To do so she needed a guide to take … 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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humor! yes please

indeed, you laughed. While looking around in your connections you seldom come about new things/people/corners in the wide web.. little windows into someone else’s media adventure. This time you found an urban forager, or rather an urban scout as Peter … Continue reading

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Weeds as a source for human consumption

From here Thanks to PFAF for the amazing work This paper was sent into PFAF by Martha Díaz-Betancourt Weeds as a future source for human consumption. Martha Díaz-Betancourt1, Ismael R. López-Moreno1, Eduardo H. Rapoport2, Luciana Ghermandi2 , Estela Raffaele2 and … Continue reading

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on street plantings and where the neighbourhood is

On the way to Chippendale you stopped, the artificial lake in Victoria Park gave reason for a picture: Ibises roosting on a willow. These majestic native birds are one of the winners of nowadays urban wildlife, as the wikipedia entry: … Continue reading

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