- $20 for one admission to a nature walk with Langdon Cook
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at Seward Park. The exact meeting location will be shared after purchase.
Note: this trip will be conducted entirely on trail, and pursuant to Seattle Parks regulations actual foraging is prohibited.
Each event is capped at 16 purchasers; each event requires a minimum of 6 purchasers in order to take place.
What You'll Do
Among the scenic trails and towering trees of Seward Park lie remnants of an old-growth forest, a stunning historic space bursting with wildlife. Join wilderness expert and edible foods author Langdon Cook for a relaxing walk through the area as you learn to identify edible ingredients. You'll discover nature’s secret kitchen, pick up the tricks of the natural cooking trade, and hear stories from Langdon about foraging as a lifestyle.
Discover Foods Hidden in Plain Sight
Spot an abundance of seasonal wild plants and edibles on a relaxing nature hike
Meet a Wilderness Expert
Langdon Cook has foraged for food for more than two decades, and has penned two books on the subject, including an Amazon.com “Best Book of the Year” selection
Langdon Cook is something of a triple threat in the wilderness world: he’s a celebrated writer, instructor, and lecturer on wild foods and the outdoors. For over two decades, Langdon has foraged for natural ingredients, eventually going on to author two books on the subject, including “The Mushroom Hunters,” an Amazon.com selection for “Best Book of the Year.” When he’s not foraging, Langdon can be found teaching cooking and writing courses and on a variety of media like Bon Appetit, Salon.com, and PBS.