Eating wild food restores the vital connection between humans and nature
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Spring Forest & Hedgerow Foraging Walk A, Galloway, SW Scotland
6 March 2021This event has been cancelled due to corona virus restrictions. Ticket holders have been contacted and refunded.
Spring Forest & Hedgerow Foraging Walk B, Galloway, SW Scotland
13 March 2021This event has been cancelled due to corona virus restrictions. Ticket holders have been contacted and refunded.
Seasonal Tips from Mark
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 during the Corona Virus PandemicSome ideas on how to responsibly connect with wild plants during the Corona Virus lockdown, including helpful weeds you can find in gardens or any green space.
An Introduction to the Mustard/Cabbage/Brassica Family for ForagersGet to know the key characteristics of wild brassicas - one of our most abundant, ubiquitous sources of nutritious wild vegetables, and with no poisonous members in the UK
Few-Flowered Leek - Identification, Distribution, Edibility, EcologyIf you come across a plant that reminds you of wild garlic, but has narrower leaves and less of a garlic smell, you may have found wild leeks. These aren’t the hulking great Frankenstein leeks you might expect to find in shops and gardens, but something tender and elegant...