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Foraging at Forest Schools, Where Nature is the Classroom

March 18, 2019 – By Stephanie Parker, Civil Eats – The Wild Roots Forest School kicks off the school year with the same ritual every fall. First, the children and teachers crack open foraged, dried acorns and then grind and sift them into a fine flour. Then, all the families come together to bake a giant communal loaf of bread in the shape of a dragon.

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