WorldWild Podcast

 Episode 49  19th June 2020

True Rebellion with Mark Lewis

Mark Lewis discusses with us the power of community and what we have lost - and what we have to gain - from sourcing, preparing, and eating wild foods together...

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'They've got something that's yours...'

- Mark Lewis / ep.49

About Mark Lewis

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Mark Lewis is a forager, wild food teacher and former professor, of Paipai heritage. He runs a market stand called ‘Chmachyakyakya Kurikui: 8000-year Crops: Ancient-Future Foods Remembered’ and runs Cactus Calls the Rain: The Foragers’ Club. Mark has been foraging in the desert and mountains of the Southwestern USA for a long time. The Sonora Desert in Arizona which he harvests from is in itself home to 2000-plus edible plants. He also helps to organise the Annual Prickly Pear Festival in Superior, AZ, which brings together communities from around the desert in a celebration of wild food and culture.

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> If you'd like to hear more from Mark, you can send him an email at manujib@yahoo.com.

 

About the show

 

We offer a series of conversations to tap into the wildness within ourselves and to uncover what is possible when we do. It is our hope that through the WorldWild Podcast we can contribute to the revitalisation of wild food culture and conversation around the world.

 

Through people who know their landscapes intimately, we gather the threads to weave a rich tapestry. Piece by piece the vision of a wilder world comes into view. The wild embrace of nature welcomes us back and offers us a seat at the table. A feast, no less!

 

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