Sat, 15 May | Aberdeen - Location is TBD

Early Summer Foraging Course

A foraging walk in Aberdeen to introduce you to early summer's natural larder.

Time & Location

15 May, 10:00 – 13:30
Aberdeen - Location is TBD

About The Event

Join Leanne Townsend of Wild Food Stories on a spring foraging walk in Aberdeen. Learn how to safely identify a diverse range of wild plants growing on your doorstep. On this gentle walk, you will learn  the main principles of foraging, including safety, sustainability and ethics. Add a number of wild edibles to your repertoire and learn about the numerous ways that wild food can be incorporated into your diet and prepared in nutritious and delicious recipes. Children are welcome when accompanied by adults - under 12s are free of charge. Please wear sensible footwear and weather appropriate clothing; consider brining a basket or canvas bag for foraging, a camera (or camera phone), and a notebook if you wish to take notes on the walk. *Note, tasters are typically provided on my courses, but no food will be offered until Covid regulations allow. Participants will instead receive an e-resource after the event, which will include seasonal recipes, methods, book recommendations etc. 

  • Foraging course ticket

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