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MEXICO – Learn about nature’s bountiful harvest at Mexico Point Park.
The Native Americans and early settlers knew how to survive without supermarkets and fast food outlets and so can you.
Shopping in nature’s market is easy if you know where to look and how to use what is available.
Be part of the “Field to Fork” movement and learn what wild things you can eat – for free.
Nancy Kaiser will do a power point in Casey’s Cottage followed by a walk in the woods.
The program is free but donations are greatly appreciated.
Mark your calendar: September 11, Wild Edibles with Kaiser at 2 p.m. in Casey’s Cottage at beautiful Mexico Point, off Route 104 B.
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