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Bruce Trail Events

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July 7th

15 spots left.


The Beech Rooter

The Beech Rooter was among the new finds of last season. You can find them in deep woods, many growing under Beech Trees, hence the name. One can hardly make a mistake with these fungi because of the plant-like bulbous root at the end of the stem. They have a mild but distinct taste. Quite delicate they sautee up very quickly.

This is the first event we have held on the Bruce Trail and we look forward to many more. Along with the Beech Rooter we will be foraging for Summer Oysters, Platterful, Coral and Angel Wing Mushrooms. No plants please.

"The Woods are very dark and deep. But we have promises to keep . . . and lots to forage before we sleep."

Start time: 10:30 am
Where: The Bruce Trail (exact location to be announced).
Cost: $35.00/person


August 17th

12 spots left.

The Giant Puffball

Mid August and we are returning to a stretch of The Bruce Trail as Mother Nature heralds the arrival of the monster fungi, The Giant Puffball, another highly sought after mushroom rated as "choice" in the Culinary world. There are scores of recipes from Puffball Lasagna to Puffball Pizza to simply sautee in butter. They'll be available well into September and, let's face it, easily spotted. Along with the Puffball we will be searching for Summer Oyster Mushrooms, Corals, Boletes and more. No plants please.

Start time: 10:30 am
Where: The Bruce Trail (exact location to be announced).
Cost: $35.00/person


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