Frank Hyman teaches foraging to chefs, organic farmers and wannabe foragers. He is licensed to sell mushrooms in two states and writes the Feral Feast column on foraging for Paleo magazine. He’s also an award-winning garden designer, carpenter, stone mason and political rabble-rouser. His writing has been published in The New York Times, Organic Gardening, Bicycle Times and a dozen other magazines. His book on trouble-free chicken-keeping comes out in December 2018. Learn more about him at Frankhyman.com.
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