Piñon pines produce delicious pine nuts similar to those we purchase in the grocery store. They cover 60-100 million acres of the Western U.S., and yet we import most of our pine nuts. In this class we will learn all things piñon—including what trees make pine nuts, both here and abroad; the history, lore, and commerce of pine nuts; concerns like “pine mouth” and hantavirus; when and how to harvest; and what to make with them. $20/household.
- DATE: Saturday, October 14
- TIME: 9:00 AM. Estimated length: 1 hour. You can attend live, or watch the replay later.
- LOCATION: Online (Registrants will receive a Zoom link via email.)
- COST: $20/household