Join author Keith Cowley for a signing of his new book "Body as Teacher, Nature as Preacher" at Savory Bookshop in downtown Westerly RI! He will also be signing "Environmental Connection" and offering his wildlife conservation illustrations.
Stop by Indigo Elephant during the Velvet Mill Holiday Stroll! Keith Cowley will be signing his new book "Body as Teacher, Nature as Preacher", as well as "Environmental Connection". He will have his wildlife art for sale as well. All sales give 20% toward his work with New-Native Foundation! Shop Local this season! See you at the Stroll!
Join us during the downtown Holiday Stroll and Luminaria! Come support Keith Cowley during his release of "Body as Teacher, Nature as Preacher". He will also be signing his book Environmental Connection and selling his wildlife art cards!
A wonderful day at gorgeous Solitude Springs on Tomaquag Road in picturesque Ashaway, Rhode Island for the family. Hay rides, live music, local artisans and food; all to experience the beauty of our great town. Come visit the New-Native Foundation table and join us for a New-Native Foraging Ethics Walk around the property!
Brought to you by the Friends of the Hopkinton Land Trust.
The Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center’s Wild Mushroom returns for its 15th year! Local chefs and vendors displaying their culinary skills with all things mushroom – sweet and savory!
Visit this year's partner New-Native Foundation at their booth to learn more about their mission and sign the New-Native Pledge!
2nd Annual Foraged of the Earth Fundraiser, an "Earth to Table" event featuring 4 locally sourced courses by Chef Chris Champagne of 84 Tavern on Canal, with wild foraged contributions by New-Native Forager Keith Cowley. Tickets $50 (not yet for sale, details subject to change).
To find out more visit the Westerly Land Trust website: www.westerlylandtrust.org
Join our Founder and New-Native Forager Keith Cowley for a stroll around the 14 acre historic Victorian strolling park during the annual Garden Market Fair in Wilcox Park! Identify wild and urban edibles growing on the arboretum property. Also visit the New-Native Foundation table at this year's GMF event.
Cost: Free to the Public
Learn all about Spring wild edibles, the ethics and sustainability practices of foraging, and the progressive philosophy behind an American system of Traditional Ecological Knowledge. Keith Cowley is the Founder of New-Native Foundation, a Naturalist and Wild Forager, Science Artist and author of Environmental Connection - A New-Native Initiative. For more information visit: www.newnativefoundation.org