Discover which trees are a bushcrafters best friend
Join us as we countdown our Top Ten trees for bushcraft. Which trees do you think will make the list? Get inspired to try tree-craft projects for yourself and boost your knowledge of our native woodlands.
You will discover which trees make the best cordage, which burn best on the campfire and provide natural tinders, which trees give us foraged food and a whole host of other uses and benefits that these wonderful trees have.
Learn how to identify these trees, where to find them, what many uses they have and how they can be used in both in the field and for your back-garden bushcraft projects.
You will get craft ideas to try yourself, top tips on how to harvest useful materials from trees and also wild food recipes you can cook up and enjoy.
The workshop is aimed at anyone who has an interest in outdoor life, whether you are a wild camper, bushcrafter, environmental educator, you will find lots of tips on how you can use trees in your outdoor life.
A ticket costs just £11 per household. These events are selling out quickly, so grab your place whilst you can 🙂 Everyone has loved these workshops so far and they’ve been really popular.
YOUR WORKSHOP INCLUDES:
* Practical Bushcraft Ideas For You To Try
* How To Minimise Harm to Trees When Harvesting
* Top Tips For Identifying Tree Species
* Wild Food Recipe Ideas From Trees
* Medicinal Properties of Trees
* Special Guest Tutor: Dave Watson from Woodland Survival Crafts
* Q&A Session: put your questions to Dave and James
The workshop will last 1hr 30 mins and will be hosted via Zoom.
If you cannot make the workshop on the night, we can send you a recording of it afterwards.
Our online foraging workshops started in the first lockdown and have continued to be a hit ever since, as people want to learn how to make tasty meals from the wild plants around them. Each month we host online workshops with a whole host of nature-based subjects including foraging, tree lore, woodcraft skills and wild medicine.
HOW TO BOOK – VERY IMPORTANT!
The cost is £11 per household. So, feel free to cram as many family members around the screen as you can 🙂
Once you have your ticket, we will follow up with an email for you to register for the Zoom meeting, following which you will receive the Zoom meeting link and entry password. So, look out for that.
Please note, tickets are non-refundable.