When

January 21, 2024    
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Where

Curtis Memorial Library
23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, ME

Event Type

This will be a class and demonstration on how to gather and process acorns for food. We will talk about various methods for gathering, storing and processing them, and how to make food products from them. Acorns are delicious, have a sweet flavor like almonds and are a perfect addition to anyone’s diet who is interested in making the most of nature’s bounty.

Tim Holland is a musician, podcaster, permaculturist and chef that runs Midcoast Vegan in Brunswick. Tim has been a vegetarian/vegan for 35 years and is interested in utilizing local nuts to create sustainable vegan food products. Tim lives in a farm in downtown Brunswick with his partner, kids and dog.

To register for this event, please click here.

This event is part of our annual Winter Garden Workshop series: Growing Literacy. Every year, the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust offers this series of events to engage with the community, support the Tom Settlemire Community Garden, and offer skill-building exercises for gardeners of all abilities. These workshops are a wonderful opportunity to learn from master gardeners and experts on a variety of gardening subjects. This year we are excited to host six workshops in collaboration with Growing to Give and Curtis Memorial Library. Two of these workshops will be held online via zoom, and four will be in-person at Curtis Memorial Library. Bring your curiosity, questions, and join us! 

Thank you to Camden National Bank for sponsoring this series!