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Wild Mushroom Foraging Adventure: Marin Coast

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Meeting place: Inverness
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 10 and older
Average Class Size: 15

What you'll learn in this foraging class:

Join resident expert and chef Patrick Hamilton on a wild mushroom hunt. This guy knows his stuff! With over 40 years of mushroom hunting experience, he'll help you find mushrooms, make sure you're picking the right ones, and teach you the best methods for cooking them. These classes are great for both the beginner and veteran forager. 

These 3-4 hour classes will cover the basics of wild mushroom foraging. After some instruction, we'll set you free to forage, meeting back up with Patrick to help identify your finds. It's important to note that although you will learn a ton about wild mushroom hunting in this class, we're at the whim of nature, so there are no guarantees you'll find pounds of mushrooms. 

People in our classes have found chanterelles, boletes, black trumpet,  morels, hedgehogs, and lots of other great species of delicious mushrooms.

Meeting Location: Inverness - exact location will be specified in a confirmation email.

After a meet and greet in Inverness at 9:45 for some short instruction, forayers will caravan for a hike in beautiful West Marin and approximately 3--3 1/2 hours of foraging.

Please note that Mushroom Hunts will go on RAIN or SHINE! Please plan on bringing rain gear/appropriate apparel. A full list of required and optional supplies will be emailed to you.


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These classes are rain or shine. We don't offer refunds or reschedules, but you're welcome to gift the ticket to a friend (and imagine how happy they'll be!)

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Iso Rabins founded forageSF in the fall of 2008. As a “not-only-for-profit” business, its original purpose was to support local foragers so that foraging could become a viable full-time profession.

Since our start, we've stuck to the mission of supporting the local food community through multiple...

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