Location: Kenora, Ontario
Time: 9am-5pm – subject to change due to weather
Difficulty: Easy! We’ll go at your pace
Summary: A daytime workshop focused on foraging islands on Lake of the Woods. We’ll be searching for fiddleheads, chagga and deer antler sheds mostly. In between foraging we will be touring Lake of the Woods on a large, safe, boat while we try a few spots for walleye to gather enough for shore lunch that is included.
This workshop will focus on the ethics of foraging to prepare you for the opportunities you can carry out on your own in the future.
It’s also a great way to meet new like-minded people!
What to Bring:
A backpack for collecting foraged goods, rain gear and appropriate footwear for trekking through brush and mud. Your Ontario fishing license!
Any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a simple workshop where gear aside from clothing is all included, however a “to pack” list will be sent to those who send deposits to be sure you’re well prepared!
- Life Jackets
- Shore lunch
- Fishing gear
- Foraging instructions
Fishing Licenses which can be purchased at Smith Camps or Canadian Tire in Kenora
Deposit required: $150.00