Wild pigs are an invasive species first introduced to Indiana in the late 1980s. They're blamed for millions of dollars in damage to crops each year.
Last year's forest fires have produced a bumper crop of morels, but the Forest Service isn't issuing commercial licenses in some prime picking spots.
Market-based conservation contends that we create demand for an animal and work to keep its population robust so we can then eat it, as with the American bison.
To manage overpopulation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service relaxed hunting regulations on geese in 1999. Some farmers have opened up their property to hunters.
For Pascal Baudar, LA is a treasure trove of edible plants and insects that he uses in unusual culinary creations.
Foragers are now scouring the hills in California in search of black morels — prized mushrooms which grow in land ravaged by forest fires.
Author and homesteader Eric Brown worries that the record cold temperatures this winter will further delay the appearance of wild edibles.
Traditional Arts Indiana visits folks at a number of restaurants and diners in Dubois County that serve variations on turtle soup.
As morel hunting season approaches, Earth Eats talks with expert Ron Kerner about how to hunt, identify and prepare morel mushrooms
Spring is an exciting season for foodies, and especially foragers. If you're lucky, you might come across wild leeks - also known as ramps - popping up.