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July Coastal, Hedgerow and Woodland Foraging Walk A, Galloway
2 July 2022A guided foray exploring delicious and healthy wild foods of Galloway's merse (tidal salt marsh), beaches, hedgerows and summer woods.
July Coastal, Hedgerow and Woodland Foraging Walk B, Galloway
9 July 2022A guided foray exploring delicious and healthy wild foods of Galloway's merse (tidal salt marsh), beaches, maritime hedgerows and summer woods in a beautiful location.
Seasonal Tips from Mark
Sea Sandwort - Identification, Edibility, Distribution, Ecology, Sustainable Harvesting, RecipesA very common, easy to identify, delicious succulent coastal plant that grows just above the high tide line on sand and shingle beaches.
Recorded Webinar - A Forager's Guide to SeaweedsA recorded webinar exploring 16 of the UK's most abundant, accessible, delicious and nutritious seaweeds. Features on location films, cookery demonstrations, advice on drying seaweeds/buying a dehydrator, and lots more.
Dryad's Saddle - Edibility, Identification, DistributionA very common and beautiful early season bracket fungi. Quite distinctive, with feather-like scales on top and water melon scented pores below...
Sea Lettuce - Edibility, Identification, DistributionSea lettuce is pleasant if unspectacular fresh, becoming truly delicious when dried - with a rich deep flavour...