Wild History (2)

To celebrate our 100 Miles in 100 Days greenway walking and foraging campaign, we are having our first Wild History Walking Tour of the spring on a beautiful (and historic!) stretch of the Raleigh Greenway.  Tickets available HERE!

We’ll be taking a walking tour starting from Milburnie Park (5428 Allen Dr., Raleigh) continuing along the Neuse River Trail of the Raleigh Greenway to the Milburnie Dam (about 1.5 miles total there and back).  During the tour, we’ll teach you about the edible greens growing in the area as well as about the history of that particular place in Raleigh.  Here is a preview of what to expect along the way!












This is a beginner level foraging class so we will review foraging basics (including rules and etiquette), and we’ll send you away with a solid knowledge of a handful of practical plants you will enjoy incorporating into your table.  The walk will be followed by a light picnic of local cheese, local bread, and hyper-local wild greens!  Get tickets HERE!


  • Park at the Milburnie Park entrance of the trail at 5428 Allen Dr., Raleigh.  
  • This tour will not involve extensive harvesting of edibles beyond taking small samples to taste and see. Large numbers of people picking from one area at once can lead to over-harvesting of the area.  
  • Please wear appropriate shoes and clothing for walking outdoors.  
  • All participants will be asked to sign a liability waiver for the tour.  
  • Any persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
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