Walks,Talks, Presentations and Wild Food Tastings throughout the Seasons.
New events being added as requested.  Have an event in mind?
 Contact us.
Do you wish to be kept abreast of our Field Trips and/or Presentations...
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Upcoming Events & Things to Do - 2015  :  Come Join Us!
Wild Gourmet Food     ~   Walks, Talks, Presentations & Wild Food Tastings     ~    Wild...the original organic!
Sept 26, 2009
Little Hogback Community,
Forest Community Forestry &
Environmental Research
Partnerships
Spring - 2015

We sincerely regret to announce that
the New Amsterdam Market, New
York City, has been discontinued!

VERMONT TECH
Institute for Applied Agriculture
and Food Systems
124 Main Street
Randolph, VT
In conjunction with
The Wild Food Gatherers Guild,
Vermont: and Dr. Roberto Flores
Arzu, Director of Instituto de
Investigaciones Quimicas y
Biologicas, Facultad de Ciencias
Quimicas y Farmacia; Universidad de
San Carolos de Guatemala (USAC)

Research and Exchange Project
:Comparison and Analysis of the
Commerce, Harvest & Production of  
Fungi of Northeast North America and
Guatemala
    

January 31

Arrive at Albergue Universitario,
USAC, Guatemala, Ciudad de
Guatemala

February 1

The Museo Popol Vuh and Museo
Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia
- MUNAE - Ciudad de Guatemala
Visit:  Mushroom Stones & All
Historical Mayan Objects

February 2

Universidad de San Carlos de
Guatemala; and tour of facilities
Wild  Mushroom Harvesting  
through the Four Seasons of
Vermont (Kim & Hook)

February 3

Asociacion de Reservas Privadas
de Guatemala, ANACAFE Institute
Zona 14, Ciudad de Guatemala
Research and Exchange Project  
Comparison and Analysis of the
Commerce, Harvest & Production
of Fungi of Northeast North
America and Guatemala

(Kim & Hook)

February 4

Madre Yvonne Sommerkamp
Monastery, Amatitlan Lake,
Amatitlan, Guatemala
Expert on fungi and religious person
who devotes her life to caring for
abandoned children and studying
medicinal mushrooms.
 Meeting

February 5

La Antingua Guatemala to  
Comalapa, Chimaltenango to
Panajachel, Atitlan Lake
Field Visit:  Local Market     
Wild Harvested Fungi  

February 6

Panajachel to Santiago La Laguna to
San Pedro La Languna to Panajachel
Field Visit

February 7

Panajachel to Totonicapan: Reserva
Ecologica "CDRO" - Ecological
Reserve "CDRO"
Field Visit:  Watch and Learn
about their organic cultivation of
medicinal plants and fungi with
the local indigenous community.

February 8

Ciudad de Quetzaltenango to
Chichicastenango
Field Visit:  Local artensasal
market.
Chichicastenango to La Antingua



April

Return to Vermont


April - May

VERMONT TECH
Institute for Applied Agriculture
and Food Systems
124 Main Street
Randolph, VT
Locations & Dates to be announced:
(Randolph & Williston)      
Wild Tree Digging - 2 days
Wildcrafting Level  I - 5 day total*
Wild Mushroom Gatherer
Level  I  -
5 day total*


         
Store Your Wild Pantry
Summer - 2015

We sincerely regret to announce that
the New Amsterdam Market, New York
City, has been discontinued!

VERMONT TECH
Institute for Applied Agriculture
and Food Systems
124 Main Street
Randolph, VT
Locations & Dates to be announced:
(Randolph & Williston)
Wildcrafting Level  I - 5 day total*
Wild Mushroom Gatherer
Level  I  -
5 day total*  
For course descriptions, please contact
wildorganicfood@yahoo.com   


May 26  -  June 11

Sustainable Agriculture
Green Mountain College
Poultney, VT

Wildcrafting Intensive -  Expanded
For course description, please contact
wildorganicfood@yahoo.com


June 12

Upon successful     
completion of full courses:

The Wild Food Gatherers Guild will be
offering an independent Certification
test for  Wild Edible Foods  - Level I
to meet the anticipated requirements of
the Revised 2013 FDA Food Code
which regulates food retail and safety

only for the specific level the participant
has mastered.
Testing Site to be announced
Fall - 2015

We sincerely regret to announce that
the New Amsterdam Market, New York
City, has been discontinued!  

VERMONT TECH
Institute for Applied Agriculture
and Food Systems
124 Main Street
Randolph, VT
Locations & Dates to be announced:
(Randolph & Williston)
Wildcrafting Level  I - 5 day total*
Wild Mushroom Gatherer
Level  I  -
5 day total*  
For course descriptions, please contact
wildorganicfood@yahoo.com


September 12 - 13

Sustainable Agriculture
Green Mountain College
Poultney, VT

Saturday: 9a - Noon; 1p - 5p
Sunday: 9a - Noon; 1p - 5p
Wildcrafting Intensive - Fall            
(SFS 1075) Elective
Class Limited to 15  



Upon successful    
completion of full courses:

The Wild Food Gatherers Guild will be
offering an independent Certification test
for  Wild Edible Foods  - Level I
to meet the anticipated requirements of
the Revised 2013 FDA Food Code which
regulates food retail and safety only for
the specific level the participant has
mastered.
Testing Site to be announced

  
Visiting Delegation of Bakers from
Japa
n
Day Excursion with All Wild Dinner
Les Hook, Nova Kim
&
Exec. Chef Tom Bivins
"Free range" Chicken...
of the woods, VT style