Dartington Wild Food Walk - Wild Wellness - 28th March
Learn how to forage safely, discover the art of foraging and the power of wild plants.
Join this gentle wild food exploration to meet and learn about common spring wild edible plants.
This walk will focus particularly on the role of wild plants to support wellbeing, through foraging practice, nutritional and medicinal properties.
You'll learn about history and folklore, wild recipe ideas and preservation techniques, and sample Myrtle's handcrafted wild food treats.
This course is suitable for anyone starting out with wild food and for folk wishing to develop their existing foraging knowledge.
This foraging course is led by wild edible plant specialist Myrtle Cooper. Myrtle is passionate about connecting people with the sensory, powerful and playful art of foraging. She runs wild food walks, courses and hands on Wild Crafting sessions and specialises in facilitating a sensory and immersive approach to meeting plants.
This is a gentle amble, approx 1.5 mile long through one of the most picturesque parts of the Dartington estate. Please get in touch if you have any mobility requirements or queries.
Free for little ones under 10 years old, space permitting. Please contact if bringing children.
Start time 10am, please allow up to 3 hours.