Foraging with Wild Food UK at Low Gillerthwaite Field Centre

Low Gillerthwaite Field Centre
 
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Uncover the incredible variety of edible treasures hiding in the great outdoors

From wild mushrooms to flavourful flora, our courses teach you to identify and harvest nature’s bounty responsibly.

Whether you are new to foraging of just want to hone your an existing skill-set, our experienced foraging instructor will guide you through the basics, ensuring you gain the confidence to identify and gather wild edibles safely.

At Wild Food UK, we prioritize environmental stewardship. Our courses emphasize responsible foraging practices, teaching you how to harvest in harmony with nature, leaving minimal impact on the ecosystem.

Course Highlights

  1. Foraging Fundamentals: Master the basics of identification, safety, and ethical foraging practices.
  2. Wild Edibles Cooking & Tasting: Elevate your culinary skills by incorporating foraged ingredients into delicious, gourmet dishes.
  3. Seasonal Foraging: Explore the changing landscape and learn to identify seasonal delicacies throughout the year.
Low Gillerthwaite Field Centre
Time:
12:00
-
15:30


13th September 2024
27th October 2024
8th November 2024
17th November 2024
 
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