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Drunken Botany Safari, Glasgow
8 May 2021Corona Virus: Due to the relaxation of Covid restrictions, this event will go ahead as scheduled. Ticket holders will be notified of our exact meeting place etc in the week before the event.
Spring Forest & Hedgerow Foraging Walk, Glasgow
9 May 2021Corona Virus: Due to the relaxation of Covid restrictions, this event will go ahead as scheduled. Ticket holders will be notified of our exact meeting place etc in the week before the event.
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.
Razor Clams/Spoot Clams - Edibility, Identification, Distribution, Ecology and how to catch and cook themCatching and eating razor clams, or spoot clams as we call them in Scotland is pretty much the most fun you can have with your clothes on. Here is the lowdown on where, when and how to catch them - and what to do with them when you do...
Sea Kale - identification, edibility and distributionEven if it wasn't edible sea kale would still be my favourite plant. Its alien-looking purple shoots, sculpturesque leaves and clouds of nodding flowers are works of high art to intoxicate the senses and marvel the mind. As luck would have it, it also happens to be absolutely delicious, providing some sort of food for most of the year.
Flowering Currant - Identification, Distribution, Edibility, RecipesThe blossoms and young leaves of flowering currant come right near the top of my early spring not-to-be-missed delicious list.
Birch Martini, with Birch Twig BittersA short, fun video showing how to make bitters from birch twigs and use them to flavour a great spring martini.