Ontario Foraging, Foraging, Wild edibles, Wild Mushrooms, Stratford restaurants, oyster mushrooms, morels
Morel Picking
Swedish Nettle Soup
Sauteed Day Lily Tubers
Wild Ginger Foraging
Marsh Marigolds

To reserve we accept email money transfers and Paypal. An electronic gift card will be sent to you along with a receipt. For more information phone 519-271-3726 or email us at pucksplenty@gmail.com.

Unless otherwise noted, our foraging treks run approximately 3 hours
and are limited to 15 particpants.

Upcoming 2017 Events for May

June ~ July ~ August ~ September

May 22nd

Sold out.

Yes, those are real mushrooms. A stack of pheasant back mushrooms to be exact. And they are indeed edible. This photo was taken May 29th, 2016 on one of our Spring foraging treks and there was enough of it to go 'round for all participants. Sautee it, grind it into a flavorful powder or simply eat it raw. These along with the morel herald the mushroom season to come. This alone is a reason to join us on the trails.

There's a reason Travel and Leisure Magazine listed Puck's Plenty as one of the top foraging spots in the world. Find out why!

Start time: 10:00 am
Where: 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Cost: $35.00/person

May 27th

4 spots left.

From the time the snows recede until it returns late in the year, wild ginger, a wonderous ground cover, dominates in certain areas of the forest. Found along darkened hillsides this resilient edible will enhance your culinary imagination. Although part of the same family as its commercial counterpart it stands alone in fragrance and taste as it brings the wild into teas, stir fry, soups and stews. Join us on trails only minutes from Stratford as we search for these and other Springtime edibles such as wild leek bulbs, fiddleheads, day lily shoots and pheasant back mushrooms.

Start time: 10:00 am
Where: 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Cost: $35.00/person

May 28th

10 spots left.

It's safe to say the Month of May could very well be called The Green Month. It's a wonderful illustration of the richness that exists in Southwestern Ontario. Wild leeks, wild ginger, fiddleheads, slender nettles, marsh marigolds, pheasant back mushrooms. They all add to the unique experience we call foraging. Find out what our ancestors knew all along as we take to beautiful trails 20 minutes from Stratford. Learn to harvest the sustainable way and then take home your bounty along with recipes of the wild.

Start time: 10:00 am
Where: 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Cost: $35.00/person

Puck's Plenty
96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Telephone: (519)271-3726
Or email us at pucksplenty@gmail.com

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