We have been quite busy preparing for an exciting spring season, as nature is bringing to show the first signs of spring. Frog eggs in our pond, daffodils popping up, suspiciously warm weather, and lengthening days are all pointing towards the end of winter and the beginning of a new season of growth. We have updated our online store with a few new and old products, so be sure to check that out. If you notice any issues with the store, do not hesitate to reach out and let me know so I can get them fixed!
Our class schedule for 2024 is nearly completed. We may have some additional events and activities come up, but our monthly foray schedule has been posted and is bookable now. Please let us know if you have any questions and we hope to see you sometime soon!
Our 2nd truffle season is wrapping up with the season change, and it was another good one for the books. We found our first black perigords in a nearby orchard, had another great successful year hunting our native wild truffle, the Imaia gigantea, and found a few unidentified species. We were featured on WLOS, so that was fun! check it out here
We should be back at all our usual markets this coming year, and possibly a few new ones. A big shout out to all our friends and interns who help make what we do possible. We are also in a number of retail stores currently, so if you can’t make it to a market, be sure to head on over to any of the wonderful establishments carrying our wares. You can check out the list and get directions here
Hope to see you at a class, market, or around town soon!
Luke & Natalie