My Eat Real marathon weekend of sea bean proselytizing is over. It was great to get out and talk to people about what we're up to, and really exciting to see how into people are. Foraging is often a lonely pursuit, and I get the feeling that people are often a bit confused about just what it is we're trying to do at forageSF, so getting face to face with people and answering questions about what we're about was great. So great in fact that I'm going to start a push to get into some local farmers markets. It was originally my intention, but the focus moved a bit over the last year, and it got put on the back burner. The problem with selling wild food in a certified market (meaning that everyone there is the primary producer) is that no one actually produces wild food. We forage it, so we are as close to producers as any human gets, but not close enough. It's a pretty funny situation to be in, what makes the food so interesting to me and to others is the exact reason it can't be sold. I talked to a couple farmers market managers who seemed to think we could find some common ground, so I'm optimistic. So look for us at your farmers market soon!