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June Woods, Coast and Hedgerow Foraging C, Loch Fyne, Argyll
18 June 2021A guided foray exploring the delicious, healthy and surprising range of edible plants around the woods, coast and hedgerow of Ardkinglas Estate on Loch Fyne, Argyll (1 hr drive from Glasgow). Enjoy a wild food picnic, wild flower champagne and foraged cocktails on the loch side afterwards.
June Coastal, Hedgerow and Woodland Foraging Walk, Galloway
20 June 2021A 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
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.
Elderflower Champagne and other Wild Floral Champagnes RecipeIf there is a tastier, more refreshing, easier to make summer drink than this, please let me know!
Lemon Balm - Identification, Edibility, Distribution, EcologyA fabulously aromatic and citrusy member of the mint family, with loads of food, medicinal and drinks uses
Chicken of the Woods - Edibility, Identification, DistributionAn easily identified bracket fungi of summer and autumn that makes good eating when young and tender