This past year AutoCamp partnered with musician and wild-foods forager, Sean Rowe for guest programming and special events, along with his online series, Can I Eat This, where he explores a connection to nature through the diversity of nutritious wild foods.
Joined by our friends at The Bluegrass Situation, in each 30 minute episode, Sean invites a fellow musician to learn how to identify, harvest, and cook local, wild edibles back at AutoCamp. Each musician ends with an Airstream Session of a cover song.
The series features Brooklyn-based musician, Taylor Ashton, and Boston-based Chicana songwriter, Alisa Amadaor, winner of 2022’s Tiny Desk Concert. You can expect to learn about abundant wild greens related to spinach, plus how to eat all parts of a Milkweed plant, make wild kombucha, process your own fruit leather. There’s also a recipe for Japanese Knotweed pickles (a close relative of Rhubarb) and much more.
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