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Eat Wild – Foraging Walk Series

Free foraging walks for low/no incomes households & individuals who are struggling to afford fresh food.

Learn to identify & gather wild food to supplement your diet with fresh, nutritious plants.

Totnes

Tuesday 11th June 10am – 1pm

Led by professional forager Myrtle Cooper

To book, please email hello(a)wildandcurious.org.uk with your name, contact number and the number of adult/child places you would like to book.

Yarrow, achillea millefolium
Sorrel

You will learn:

  1. How to identify seasonal wild edible, medicinal and poisonous plants
  2. How to prepare simple wild food recipes and introduce plants in your life in simple ways
  3. About plant folklore and historical uses
  4. How to work with the senses to understand the properties of plants
  5. How foraging practice contributes to wellness

This is for you if:

  1. You wish to learn how to forage safely and sustainably
  2. You are completely new to foraging, or
  3. You wish to deepen your knowledge of wild plants and foraging
  4. You wish to deepen connection your to the natural world

Who is Eligible?

These walks are for households on low*/no incomes, and for those struggling to afford fresh food.

This is offered on an honesty system with no questions asked.

If you are able to afford a paid place on a foraging walk/course, see our other foraging events here

 

* Low Income in defined as less than £18,500 for an individual or £30,000 household income

Eat Wild Series is funded by Transition Town Totnes