Foraging for Berries


By Sam Thayer | September 7, 2011

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While many of us think of summer as berry-picking time, in the fall, Wisconsins woods and prairies burst with native berries if you know where to look. Forager Sam Thayer eagerly hunts for his favorites every year, for both the flavor and the fun.

Sam Thayer

Sam Thayer lives in the woods in Northwestern Wisconsin. He teaches workshops on edible wild plants throughout the U.S. and he’s the author of The Foragers’s Harvest and Nature’s Garden.
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