Voyaging & Foraging

Voyaging & Foraging

Updated by Kurt Kivell - May 12th at 4:20pm
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Voyaging and Foraging  with SONEO Logo and CWMP Logo and picture collage of 1 morel and a hand holding 1 leek

graphic with flowers and plants title "Voyaging and Foraging" with Environment Office Logo and the CWMP LogoVoyaging & Foraging

When we identify, harvest and prepare wild plants, medicines and animals, we allow ourselves to further our connection with Mother Nature. Each time we walk through the bush, we become more familiar with our direct ecosystem and those that inhabit within. Exploring and learning more about our outdoor surroundings can improve our overall wellness and allow us to practice food sovereignty within our nation.

We would love to see your foraging experiences. Register and submit photos below for a chance to win monthly outdoor gear!

SUBMIT PHOTOS AND ENTER TO WIN!

Tips for Harvesting

 

April | Morel                                                            

Infographic - Showing how to identify and harvest Morel

 

May | Leeks

Infographic - Showing how to identify and harvest Leeks

 

SUBMIT PHOTOS AND ENTER TO WIN!

More Information

We’d love to hear from you! For more information on the Coastal Waters Monitoring Program and how we can help you, contact us. Or visit us on Facebook or Instagram to keep up with the CWMP crew.

Elisha Jones
Lead Environmental Technician
Environment Office | Saugeen Ojibway Nation
elisha.jones@saugeenojibwaynation.ca
Cell: (519) 477-1822

Office: (519) 534-5507

Emily Mansur

Environmental Technician
Environment Office | Saugeen Ojibway Nation
emily.mansur@saugeenojibwaynation.ca

Cell: (519) 477-1822
Office: (519) 534-5507

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