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Jenna Rozelle

Jenna Rozelle

Jenna is a forager, writer, homesteader, and wild foods educator from Maine. She enjoys a generalist approach to the New England outdoors and through her teaching and writing hopes to help people feel curious and comfortable on their home landscapes. Learn more jennarozelle.com or find her on Instagram @jennarozelle.

Recent Posts

How to Forage for Autumn Olive

Foraging

How to Forage for Autumn Olive

If you search for “autumn olive” on the internet, you get articles from all manner of agricultural, forestry, and conservation services telling you how to eradicate it from the landscape, profiling it as an aggressive invasive exotic. It’s interesting that while there’s so much information on...
Jenna Rozelle Sep 12, 2022
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How to Forage Hazelnuts

Foraging

How to Forage Hazelnuts

The closest I come to playing sports is foraging for hazelnuts. I tend to go belly-up at the whiff of competition, but everything in my DNA wants hazelnuts and wants them badly enough to stand my ground in the thicket even though every other animal there wants them, too. Squirrels, chipmunks, deer...
Jenna Rozelle Aug 23, 2022
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How to Forage for Wild Cherries

Foraging

How to Forage for Wild Cherries

If you did your due diligence this spring and took note of where all the white flowering trees and shrubs were, you’re likely starting to see the fruits of that labor, now. Juneberries have come and gone, mulberries too, and next we begin checking hedgerows for stonefruits, including one of my very...
Jenna Rozelle Aug 8, 2022
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How to Make Nocino

Recipes

How to Make Nocino

A digestif transforms any meal into a celebration. Raising a glass of dark, alluring liqueur after the dinner plates are cleared is the perfect way to savor the end of the day and ring in the night with good cheer and digestion. As with most good things, they come with traditions, opinions, and lore...
Jenna Rozelle Jul 18, 2022
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