We will meet at the woodland cabin for a hot drink (included), then we will have the ten minute introductory talk before walking off up the woodland track where you can meet the plants, we do not harvest anything on this walk, it is purely for learning only. You can take photos and take a leaf for your notebook or to taste (upon Di's suggestion). Why not add an instinctive archery session or a basket weaving session with us to really add to your bushcraft/survival skills. Alternatively you could add on a wild greens pizza making session where you get to make your own pizza, topped with the wild greens and fired in our wood-fired oven.
Hot drink upon arrival
Diana Hammill (Wood) has been teaching foraging for 12 years and is a Member of the Association of Foragers and fully insured. On this walk you will learn about approximately 20 plants - leaves, flowers, roots, seeds, nuts, sap and how they can be used for food and medicine. The walk lasts for two hours and includes an introductory talk about the advantages of learning about foraging and how to forage safely and with consciousness for the environment and the law.
The walk will take place starting from the pretty woodland around the cabin, with a loo, picnic benches and small amount of free parking. We will walk slowly for about 2 hours through the woods, tracks.
Wild Food Foraging Walk