One of our business partners cooks a weekly wild harvest dinner, sharing wild harvest with their guests and educate them about foods that can be harvested from the wild, inline with the laws of nature and the cycle of the seasons. This is to educate their guests about wildlife, wild harvest, living in harmony with the land and conservation. They also share this with local First Nations and their guides which means lots of people get to benefit from the wild harvest. When cooking for their guests, their average wild harvest dinner feeds 6-10 people as a taster dish. Over their summer season, this means up to 200 people get to share the wild harvest.