Glasgow Coastal, Woodland & Hedgerow Foraging Foray

Glasgow Coastal, Woodland & Hedgerow Foraging  Foray

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When

Sat, June 28, 1:00pm – 4:30pm

Where

Boden Boo, Erskine

Description

Learn about woodland, hedgerow and coastal plants and early fungi in a 2 hour walk covering about 1 mile.

There will be wild treats and tasters to enjoy throughout and afterwards we will enjoy an al fresco cook-in of our finds and some wild food from further afield, whilst laying out our finds and focussing on key features of accessible species.

Family friendly – easy walking for all ages

 

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Results of a forage
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Learn:

Spring/Summer hedgerow, woodland and coastal plants (30+ species). Finding, identification, poisonous lookalikes, mindful harvesting, expert tips, folklore/traditional uses, modern gourmet/medicinal uses, nutrition, processing, recipes, cooking tips, how to avoid pollution.

Bring:

Stout footwear, waterproofs, water. Your learning and enjoyment may also benefit from bringing camera, notebook, field guide (plants), small basket/cloth bag.

Please note: there are no public toilets or indoor shelter at this location.

Adults £25
Children (5-16) £15
Under 5 free
Family ticket (2A+2C) £70

Places limited – booking essential – Contact: mark@gallowaywildfoods.com or call 07900 692 478
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Foraged food
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Galloway Wild Foods is operated by Mark Williams who is passionate about foraging and through Galloway Wild Foods he offers guided walks and tuition on woodland, hedgerow and coastal foraging.

He can be found on twitter at @markwildfood and on Facebook as well as on his own website.

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