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2019 Wild Food Dates
On a wild food course you'll be transported to the sensory and relaxing world of foraging.
You'll learn how to forage safely whilst discovering the transformative power fo wild edible plants, how safely identify and gather, about their history and folklore, and how to use them in the kitchen with preservation techniques and recipe ideas. Each course includes tasters of handcrafted wild food goodies.
Forest Bathing and Foraging Experience - Saturday 5th October
Join this very special exploration of the senses; a relaxing morning
among trees and plants to bring you alive, and help you develop a
'wildful' relationship with this land.
Location: Dartington Estate Time: 10am till 2pm Cost: £30
Craft Revolution: Wild Superfoods Day - Saturday 12th October
Join us under the trees and around the fire for a day of foraging and preparing simple wild food recipes using traditional preservation techniques. Foraging and gathering in the morning followed by an afternoon and crafting seasonal wild food products/recipes. For booking see the Craft Revolution website.
Time: 10am till 4pm Location: Craft Revolution, Dartington. Cost £40
Killerton Wild Food Walk: Saturday 19th October
Times: Two walk options. 10am till 12.30pm, and 1.30pm till 4pm
Location: Killerton National Trust Estate, nr Exeter. Cost £20
Dartington Wild Food Walk: Saturday 2nd November
Location: Dartington Estate. Time: 10am till 12.30pm. Cost £20
Craft Revolution: Wild Food Maker Series. Winter & Spring 2020
Unleash your inner ‘Wild Thing’ and discover the transformative art of wildcrafting.
This course runs will give you the skills and confidence to safely gather and transform your hedgerow bounty into wild food products, For booking and full details, see the Craft Revolution website.
Time: Winter Series Wednesday mornings 10am till 1pm. Spring Series Wednesday evenings 6pm till 9pm.
Location: Craft Revolution, Dartington. Cost: £150
Foraging Folks' Feedback
"Myrtle has a warm and considerate manner and a clear voice. She tells wonderful, descriptive stories about the history of wild plants and is hugely knowledgeable about their uses & engaged our young listeners with a direct, but gentle style - inviting humour and playfulness into the mix. Myrtle so obviously loves sharing her passion for what she does."
Cassia Kidron - Founder- Root Camp CIC
"Thank you so much for this experience, it has been one of the best days of my life"
Sue - Immersive Wild Food Course
"I loved discovering how, when I slow down and pay attention, I see and experience more"
Chris - Wild Food Walk
"I felt it wasn't about becoming an expert wild foodie, but rather developing relationships with each plant - about quality of relationship rather than quantity of knowledge"
Beth -Immersive Wild Food Course