Jennifer Hahn

It’s slippery, it’s slimy, it’s salty and it’s briny — and it may be the next “it” food. Whidbey Island has a bonafide cornucopia of seaweed along its shores and there are a variety of ways an adventurous eater can try a bite.

Indigenous cultures from all over the world have cooked with…

Ralph Munro, former Washington Secretary of State, will address Western Washington University graduates and their families in one of three winter Commencement ceremonies, and author, scientist and educator Jennifer Hahn will speak in two ceremonies March 19 in Western’s Performing Arts…

Wild foraging brings the flavor of the land into the kitchen, said Jennifer Hahn, a naturalist who conducts beach walks, leads family tours and teaches food gathering at Western Washington University in Bellingham. Her students are interested in returning to their figurative outdoor roots, she…

Jennifer Hahn, a Western Washington University professor, adventurer, kayaker and food forager, will present “Go WILD: Beach to Forest Food Foraging” at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23 at the Deer Lagoon Grange.

Hahn will detail the delicious local powerhouse foods of the coast — seaweed, wild…

Five authors, all with ties to Western Washington University, will talk about their works at the first-ever Book Buzz at the Associated Students Bookstore Tuesday, Dec. 13.

For each author you visit, whether it's Carol Guess, Jennifer Hahn, Gary McKinney, Sara Stamey or Bill…

Jennifer Hahn, an adjunct professor in Western Washington University's Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies, will speak on wild-food foraging -- and offer samples of her delicious wild food, including kelp pickles and nettle pesto -- at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, at the …

Folks in the Northwest love an excuse to get outdoors, and local organic food is all the rage. That's sent the Whole Foods crowd into the woods bearing wicker baskets like so many well–appointed peasants. Are mushroom–hunting, berry–picking and nettle–harvesting steps toward a sustainable…

The 24th annual Summer Lecture Series will begin July 6 at Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge.

This year’s series, titled “In Touch With Nature,” will feature talks on environmental topics ranging from big cats to tracking.

Aug. 10: “Pacific Feast: Food from Field to Forest” by…

Jennifer Hahn sees more than the forest for the trees. She sees dinner.

From ferns come fiddleheads. From trees, sap for syrup or blossoms for a fritter. From the forest floor, delicate mushrooms and lemon-flavored wood sorrel.

Where…

Seaweed salad? Pickled kelp? “When the tide is out, the table is set,” goes the old Coast Salish saying.

At 7 p.m. Thursday, April 28, Jennifer Hahn -- writer, wilderness guide, and adjunct professor at Western Washington University's…

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