DATE: Sunday, October 15, 2017 11AM-1PM

Are all species of oaks used to make flour? Fall is the best time of year to collect acorns from the forest floor.  Let’s go out in search of the right size acorn to harvest, prepare and then use for making flour.  Come get your questions answered and learn how to best dry and grind your own!  Wondering what to bring to your next potluck?  Join Arborist Timothy Ryan to learn techniques of turning acorns from the oak tree into a nutrient dense flour for consumption. We will review collection, sorting, shelling and leaching methods that anyone can do at home to make a gourmet flour.

LOCATION: Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate Canton, MA

COST: Trustees of the Reservation Member: $5; Nonmember: $10. Children free.

Please pre-register online.

Contact Information: 508.636.4693 x5003 bradley@thetrustees.org