Coastal Wild Food Foraging Walk at Teesmouth National Nature Reserve.
Learn how our ancestors survived in the wild on a delicious and diverse range of foods that can be found on your very own doorstep! Get to know an abundance of wild edibles and learn:
- How to forage safely and sustainably
- How identify them
- Some seriously good recipes to try
- Processing and storage tips
- Health benefits
…Plus lots of fun and cool facts about each plant, on this 2 hour introduction to wild food walk.
After your food walk we will be holding a fire on the beach with the opportunity to brew your own wild tea using the plants you have gathered on your walk. With time together to chat and celebrate the day’s celebration of Llamas if you wish. Llamas is a festival to celebrate the first harvest of grain and to show gratitude for the abundance from the land. So we will share a home baked loaf and enjoy the dusk.
Please bring appropriate footwear (i.e. walking boots/wellies) and clothing to suit the weather, including suncream and hats, if needed.
Always good to check the weather forecast both the evening before and on the morning of the event.
If there are any dietary needs please let us know as soon as possible before the walk thank you.
There is free parking available but no toilet facilities.
Please continue to check you emails prior to the walk for any updates.
On top of this, all attendees will receive a FREE copy of the ‘Wild Roots’, Wild Edibles Photographic Identification Guide’ and also the ‘Wild Roots’ Good Guide to Foraging’ ebook.