Pennsylvania's oak trees don’t just provide food and sustenance for wildlife—they can furnish dining opportunities for humans, too! Adam Haritan from LearnYourLand.com will discuss the edible and medicinal species that grow in association with oak trees, with special emphasis on mycorrhizal, saprophytic, and parasitic fungi. Acorn harvesting and processing will also be discussed, including how to turn raw acorns into delicious, edible flour.
Jennings supports the mission of the Bartramian Audubon Society by hosting its meetings on the second Monday of most months at 7:00 PM. The meetings are free and open to the public.
Monday, November 12 at 7:00pm
Jennings Environmental Education Center
2951 Prospect Rd., Slippery Rock, PA 16057-5023