Summer Foraging Workshop
This is a fantastic walk offering a wide range of habitats and lots of plants to learn about. Over 20 foraging plants can be found here.
Our walk will start at 10.00 am where your treats will start with a sample seed bar made from foraged ingredients while we wait all assemble.
We will walk along the riverside and hedgerows stopping at any edible or poisonous plants that we see. With over 20 amazing wild foods to explore and collect such as mugwort, cherry plums, wild carrots seed, nettle seeds, yarrow, hogweed seeds and blackberries. We will discuss their identifying features and if edible, their culinary uses.
Our walk will end with seasonal cupcakes with a foraging twist for you to enjoy and a handy leaflet on the “Top Ten Wild Edible Plants” for you to take away.
Well behaved dogs on leads please. Accompanied children are welcome, no ticket needed. Ticket numbers limited to ensure a good experience
Walk last approximately 2-2.5 hours.
There is a Foragers Code, unwritten but it explains the rules around the activity. A good summary is found here