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.
Saturday 7th October – 1.30pm-3.30pm
Led by professional forager Myrtle Cooper
You will learn:
- How to identify seasonal wild edible, medicinal and poisonous plants
- How to prepare simple wild food recipes and introduce plants in your life in simple ways
- About plant folklore and historical uses
- How to work with the senses to understand the properties of plants
- How foraging practice contributes to wellness
This is for you if:
- You wish to learn how to forage safely and sustainably
- You are completely new to foraging, or
- You wish to deepen your knowledge of wild plants and foraging
- 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