Sat, 09 May | Cardross Estate

Wild Food Stories: Perspectives on Foraging in Scotland (at Scottish Wild Food Festival)

Join Leanne Townsend, of WIld Food Stories and the James Hutton Institute, for a free-to-attend interactive session on the value of wild food and foraging in Scotland's natural habitats.
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Wild Food Stories: Perspectives on Foraging in Scotland (at Scottish Wild Food Festival)

Time & Location

09 May 2020, 12:00 – 13:00
Cardross Estate, Cardross, Port of Menteith, By FK8 3JY, UK

About The Event

Join Leanne Townsend, of WIld Food Stories and the James Hutton Institute, for a free-to-attend interactive session on the value of wild food and foraging in Scotland's natural habitats. Share your own ideas, opinions and perspectives on foraging and wild food. Learn about the diverse values, viewpoints, people and practices which shape the wild food landscape in Scotland. This interactive session aims to raise awareness of different viewpoints on the value of wild food practices to the wellbeing and sustainability of Scotland's people and natural places. 

 

Please note that you must purchase a ticket for the Scottish Wild Food Festival in order to participate in this workshop 

https://www.scottishwildfoodfestival.co.uk/book-tickets

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