Wild Food Foraging - Cultivating Skills &
Confidence through Inspiring Forays in Nature

What to Bring

Please read the following lists to ensure you are prepared, and get the most out of your walk or event.

Wild Food Walks

  • Choose a walk to suit your mobility/fitness
  • Weather appropriate clothing E.g. Waterproofs, hat, gloves, warm layers, wind protection
  • Sturdy & comfortable walking shoes or boots (wellies or sturdy sandals maybe more suitable for beach/seashore walks)
  • Personal medication
  • Bottle of water or drink
  • Snacks (optional)
  • Sun lotion, insect repellent
  • Notebook and pen (optional)
  • Camera (optional)

Forage, Cook & Dine Events

It addition to the above (though we do provide snacks and drinks) please bring the following.

  • Basket, bag or container to carry and collect our foraged goods in
  • Apron (optional)
  • Your own wine/alcohol to accompany the meal

Please visit the calendar to find out about scheduled walks/events or contact me if you would prefer to arrange something just for yourself or your group.

Foraging at Cotnawild food, guided foraging walks, medicinal plants, stinging nettlesguided foraging walks, elderflowers, cordial, Sambucus nigraDandelion Roots
Wonderful, these tastes will stay with me for a long time. Tina

Upcoming events

Plentiful Wild Food Walk With Nettle Cake - Sat 3rd May, 2-4.30pm

Coastal & Hedgerow Wild Food Walk - Sat 21st June, 2-4pm

Coastal & Seaweed Foray - Thurs 31st July, 2-4.pm

For more information on events, see the calendar.

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