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Wild-Food and Ecology Tour for Two, Four, or Six from "Wildman" Steve Brill (Up to 60% Off)

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Forage for wild mushrooms, salad greens, fruits, berries, and medicinal herbs while learning about the ecology of local parks and open space

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1 ratings1 reviews
November 29, 2021
Lots of fun and very informative.
jeanmarietop reviewer helpful reviewer
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November 7, 2021
Steve and Violet were very knowledgeable , friendly and funny. The father/daughter team did a great job explaining about the various edible plants and berries at Belmont Lake State Park
6 ratings4 reviews
October 18, 2021
We LOVED it. Now as I walk in my neighborhood I am noticing all the FREE FOOD growing there. I purchase the cookbook and can't wait to try some of the recipes. I already used the garlic we found in my curry stew. It was DELICIOUS. CAN'T WAIT TO GO AGAIN!
Sarahelpful reviewer
2 ratings1 reviews
October 17, 2021
Nice three hour tour in Danbury, CT. We are excited to explore some local parks soon. Wildman Steve Brill and daughter make a walk in the park educational and enjoyable.
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September 26, 2021
It's was a really nice time. Worth the 2 hours.
9 ratings3 reviews
March 14, 2021
The tour was very interesting, I learned so much about my local park. Dogs are welcome.
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11 ratings10 reviews
November 23, 2020
"Wildman" Steve Brill puts his heart and soul into his informative, entertaining, and delicious 4-hour foraging tours. He is incredibly knowledgeable, and has passed his passion along to his teenage daughter, Violet, who assisted with the tour. We went in November when, to the uninformed eye, the land looks pretty inactive, but we stuffed our bags with edible--and medicinal--leaves and roots (wild carrots and parsnips!),in Marine Park, Brooklyn. I would highly recommend his tour to people of all ages who are looking to connect with nature in a unique, fascinating way.
6 ratings4 reviews
October 12, 2020
Great tour. You get to learn learn a lot from him.
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About This Deal

The call of the wild is like a call from an elderly grandparent: though you can’t quite make out what’s being said, you feel better about yourself when you answer. Pick up nature’s phone with this voucher.

Choose from Three Options

  • $20.50 for a wild-food and ecology tour for two (up to a $40 value)
  • $36.50 for a wild-food and ecology tour for four (up to an $80 value)
  • $47 for a wild-food and ecology tour for six (up to a $120 value)

Naturalist “Wildman” Steve Brill takes groups of kids and adults on walks through the likes of Central Park, Prospect Park, and other public areas throughout the region. On his walks, he teaches participants how to identify and forage for edible and medicinal wild plants and appreciate their time with nature. All tours last several hours. See the schedule for upcoming dates and tour lengths. Specific meet-up spots are listed here.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required, 24 hour advance notice required. 24hr cancellation notice required or fee up to voucher price may apply for 2-person option; $25 fee may apply for 4- and 6-person options. Not valid for tours sponsored by third parties. Subject to weather. Limit 12 per person. May be repurchased every 365 days. Must use promotional value in 1 visit(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About "Wildman" Steve Brill

"The whole world is my garden," author and naturalist Steve Brill told the Los Angeles Times in 2012—and he means that literally. For more than 32 years, the naturalist has been taking groups into the relative wilds of New York City and beyond to find treasures—edible ones—in parks and other public areas. From identifying mushrooms to knowing where medicinal plants are likely to grow, he helps tour-goers open their eyes to wild foods that have always been right in front of them and even provides recipes to help them make the most of their finds.