Foraging walk through the bluebell woods Hedge garlic on our Foraging Day Pigeon pitta for lunch Cuckoo flower or 'Lady's Smock' Wild garlic harvest Edible foraged wild flowers Digging for burdock root

Wild Food & Foraging Day

If you've only got a day to spare and you love the idea of dipping into natures larder then this is the course for you.  We'll take you on a gentle walk through ancient woodlands and Wiltshire downland to introduce you to the plentiful flora to be found there.  We'll gather some and leave others alone but by the end of the day you will have learnt about what's tasty, what's edible, what's not good to eat, what can be made into tea, string, glue, soap, insect repellent and a whole host of traditional food and medicinal uses for the plant life of the British countryside.

Your gathered ingredients along with some wild game will form a late lunch to be cooked over the embers back at camp.

Course starts at 9am and finishes around 5pm

It's a good idea to bring a camera on the foraging walk to record images of the plants we don't gather, although remember you've got to carry it all day!

Lots of people combine this day course with our Deer in a Day to make a whole weekend of it, camping overnight in the woods.


Wild Food & Foraging Day

Wild Food & Foraging Day

1 day

13-May-2018 to 13-May-2018

Start 9.00

Finish 17.00

£90 per person

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