This nine-course fundraising feast will be hunted, harvested, and gathered in beautiful B.C.

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Ready to engage with nature? An upcoming fundraising dinner, Wild Feast, will bring together the realms of conservation, outdoor adventuring, and food.

Hosted by EatWild and BC Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, this nine-course feast will feature food that has been hunted, harvested and gathered from BC’s forests, mountains, and meadows.

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Celebrating the province’s natural terrain and bounty, the meal will showcase ethically harvested and expertly prepared wild game, while wildlife advocates Dylan Eyers (EatWild), Jesse Zeman (BCWF) and Mark Robichaud (BCBHA) share stories about the importance of protecting our wildlife and wild places.

The food will be prepared by a team of well-known B.C. chefs, led by Chef Mark Perrier of Vancouver’s Savio Volpe, alongside Jody Peck of Wild Northern Way, Chef Derek Gray of Row 14, and Chef Jonas Hamre of Mamie Taylor’s. Dishes like Pickled Elk Tongue, Bison Crudo, Venison Heart, Goose-stuffed Agnolotti, Smoked Venison, and more B.C. game are on the epic menu.

The evening promises to be full of insight, conversation, collaboration, and of course delicious food and drink. The dinner is also non-profit; all funds raised will go to support wildlife conservation efforts in B.C.

Wild Feast

When: Thursday, April 18, from 6:30-9 pm
Where: Mamie Taylor’s – 251 East Georgia Street, Vancouver
Cost: $95 includes 9 courses and a welcome cocktail; tickets available online

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Lindsay is the Managing Editor of Vancouver Is Awesome. A fifth generation Vancouverite, she was previously the Food Editor of Daily Hive, Senior Editor of Vancity Buzz, and Editor-in-Chief of LAist.com. Lindsay grew up in Vancouver and Toronto, then spent over 20 years in Los Angeles, where SHE (look no typo!) earned her Masters in English, attended culinary school, and was an English professor. Lindsay's first published piece was December 1980 in The Province; it was her letter to Santa. E-mail: lindsay@vancouverisawesome.com