Foraging is one of my favorite pastimes. Whether it's frolicking in the forest, strolling through the desert, or exploring meadows, I'm always curious about what I'll find, and every season offers new treasures. Here in the mountains of the Southwest (USA), we are blessed with many pines, fir, and spruce trees, which provide endless foraging opportunities. This past summer, my partner and I were hiking through the San Juan National Forrest in Colorado when we came upon a towering Douglas Fir tree covered with golden resin cascading down the bark. I quickly gathered supplies from my pack and scurried up the bank to collect what I could.

This post is for subscribers with the tier: Thrive Premium

Sign up now and upgrade your account to get access to the post.

Sign up now Already have an account? Sign in