John Kallas, Ph.D., Director
Home Base: Portland OR
Description: Edible wild plant expertise, workshops, expeditions, consulting, & research. Publisher/Editor of the Wild Food Adventurer newsletter and other publications. Contracted training anywhere in North America. Expertise in edible wild plants, Native American ethnobotany, survival, sustainability, simplicity, and gleaning.
Home Base: Mamaroneck, NY
Description: Learn about edible and medicinal wild plants, mushrooms, nature and ecology with NY's Favorite Naturalist. Author of "Identifying and Harvesting Edible and Medicinal Plants", ",The Wild Vegetarian Cookbook", and "Shoots and Greens of Early Spring" which are available, signed, from his website.
John Goude, Director
Home Base: Yucaipa CA
Description: "DINING on the WILDS" video series. Wild Edible Plants Classes for gourmet and survival, Pathfinder. Teaches with Marilyn Kramer of Eduquipt
Home Base: Arlington MA
Description: Edible Wild Plant/Mushroom Walks and Courses.
Home Base: Northampton MA
Description: Author of "My Wild Friends" & teaches seasonal wild food classes,
Chrystopher Nyerges, Director
Home Base: Los Angeles CA
Description: We research, test, teach / guide, and publish in all aspects of self-reliance. We also sell useful products. Outdoor skills include wild food foraging, primitive tools, and orienteering. Home skills include recycling, conserving, sustenance-making, and gardening.
Dr. Peter Gail and Tom Laskowski
P.O. Box 18016,
Cleveland Ohio 44118
Email: Peter Gail
Description: Author of 8 books on edible wild plants, including 'The Volunteer Vegetable Sampler: Recipes for Backyard Weeds'. Operates the National Dandelion Cookoff, now in its 9th year, in Dover Ohio. Operates Field Studies Center teaching classes on edible wild plants, medicinal plants, fire making, shelter making, wilderness survival skills and others. Call/write/email for a brochure.
P.O. Box 2522
Description: Ila Hatter is a walking field guide to the native plants of Southern Appalachian Mountains, and to the native peoples that knew, loved, and used these plants so well. Ila has over 20 years experience as a teacher of native plant cultural heritage, interpretive naturalist, artist, wildcrafter, gourmet cook, herbalist, and has been featured in TV and print publications