Take a Wild Edibles trip into the forest

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      Spring has sprung—and you can eat some of those brand-new shoots and leaves. Um, which ones? Swallow Tail Tours offers a two-hour Wild Edibles trip into the forest to help you identify nettles, fiddleheads, big leaf maple flowers, and more.

      The weekend tours ($39 per person) run from May to November and include a sandwich made with wild ingredients and a tisane made from wild herbs. More interested in the ocean? A crab-fishing tour shows you how to catch your own crustacean and how to prepare the beast ($129/$89 per person with or without lunch). See Swallow Tail’s website for more info.