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Spring Coastal Foraging B, Galloway, SW Scotland
25 April 2021Corona Virus: This event is cancelled due to corona virus. Ticket holders have been emailed and offered an alternate date or refund.
Spring Coastal Foraging D, Galloway, SW Scotland
26 April 2021Corona Virus: Based on the governments proposed relaxation of Covid restrictions, this event is expected to go ahead as scheduled. Ticket holders will be notified of our exact meeting place etc in the week before the event.
Spring Coastal Foraging X, Galloway, SW Scotland
27 April 2021This event is initially only available for booking by voucher holders. Any remaining unbooked places will be made publicly available on Thursday 15th April. If you are a voucher holder and do not have the access password, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seasonal Tips from Mark
Recorded Webinar - A Forager's Guide to SeaweedsA recorded webinar exploring 16 of the UK's most abundant, accessible, delicious and nutritious seaweeds. You can buy this product at any time, and can watch as many times as you like on 1 device for 1 month.
Sap-a-Rising!Short Video: Sycamore sap started to flow in Galloway (SW Scotland) on 26th February, with birch sap not far behind. Here is a quick, fun film to celebrate and perhaps inspire some low-impact twig tapping.
Wild Garlic/Ramsons - Edibility, Identification, Distribution, Ecology, RecipesAn abundant, delicious and nutritious superstar of the wild food world. Get intimate with its ecological and ethnobotanical roles, and learn how to harvest it with minimal impact.
Foraging Perspectives: This Is Happiness...A guest post by Shelia Dillon, food journalist and presenter of the BBC Radio 4 Food Programme.