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March 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

£7
wild food workshop online - spring

The abundance of wild food in Spring starts right here! Get a head start on your foraging season and walk the wild food trail.

Want to find wild food in your local patch? Join our monthly workshops online, with James & Lea from Woodland Classroom. Enjoy finding, harvesting and cooking with wild food every month during our online workshops.

Winter is done, we got through it and came out the other side and our reward is an abundance of wild greens springing up everywhere around us. Wild garlic, nettle, garlic mustard and more are awaiting the keen-eyed forager. March is the start of one of major foraging seasons and we want to help you make the most of if. We are also very pleased to be welcoming back author and forager Adele Nozedar as our special guest this month.

Our online foraging workshops have been a smash hit during lockdown, as people want to learn how to make tasty, healthy food from the wild plants around them.

In this workshop you will also get seasonal foraging tips from Special Guest Speakers from the world of wild food, bushcraft and outdoor cooking.

A ticket costs just £7. These events are selling quickly, so grab your place whilst you can 🙂 Everyone has loved these workshops so far and they’ve been really popular.

 

YOUR WORKSHOP INCLUDES:

* Seasonal Foraging Tips

* Creative Ways to Use Wild Garlic

* Wild Food Recipes

* Adventures in Hedgerow Gin

* Special Guest Speaker: Adele Nozedar, author of The Hedgerow Handbook

* Q&A Session

With our workshops you can learn at your own pace. Join just one workshop or join us every month, you decide. There’s no commitment from you to attend every month.

Did you know that YOU can be part of the workshop too. We’re inviting all our online students to chime in with their foraging experiences during lockdown, recipe successes and failures, and any tips you have yourself to share with the class. We would love to hear from you. So, if you have something you want to share, send us an email at hey@woodlandclassroom.com We might even ask you to showcase your creation for the rest of the class as a guest speaker.

Your wild food workshop will last 1 hour and will be hosted via Zoom. Following the session there will be extra time for an open Q&A with your hosts and guest speaker. Once you book into the workshop an email will be sent you a few days before the event with details of how to access the webinar on Zoom.

 

HOW TO BOOK – VERY IMPORTANT!

The cost is £7, this is not per person though, only 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 which includes the Zoom meeting link and entry password. This will be a couple of days before the event. So, look out for that.

Please note, tickets are non-refundable.

 

THIS MONTH’S SPECIAL GUEST

We will be welcoming back renowned author and forager Adele Nozedar as our special guest speaker for March.

Adele is an author, a food writer, and a forager. Adele runs Brecon Beacons Foraging and is the author of popular wild food books including The Hedgerow Handbook, Foraging for Kids and The Garden Forager. We’re excited to have Adele join us to share her extensive knowledge and enthusiasm. Adele has also been getting experimental with making hedgerow gins and will be sharing her experiences with us.

Event details

Date: March 18, 2021

Time: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Venue: Zoom Meeting

Cost: £7

adele nozedar - foraging workshop

Your Tutors: James & Lea Kendall

James is the Head Bushcraft Instructor at Woodland Classroom, having worked in environmental education & conservation for over 10 years. James’ approach to teaching  steers his students toward fostering a deeper connection with nature through understanding the landscape around us; “Bushcraft skills are an effective way to do this as we learn how to make use of natural materials and live lightly with the land, whilst also connecting with our own ancient past by seeing the land through the eyes of our ancestors.”

Lea is a qualified Counsellor and Mindfulness in a Woodland Setting practitioner. She is a firm believer in the power of nature to be therapeutic for everyone. Lea is an active forager, passionate about how we can use common plants for both food and medicine. She enjoys making her own tinctures and medicinal remedies for treating common ailments.

James and Lea Kendall from Woodland Classroom
foraging in march - spring wild food

Skills you will learn

Over the course of these monthly workshops you will learn a range of skills, including…

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Campfire Cooking

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Hedgerow Medicine

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Tree & Plant identification

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Hedgerow Foraging

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Nature Connection

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Campfire snacks

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Reading the Landscape

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Bushcraft for families

Book now

This workshop costs £7 and is open to anyone. Children are welcome to attend with their families, though please note the content will be taught at an adult level. You can read our Event Terms & Conditions here.

Details

Date:
March 18
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
£7
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Venue

Zoom Meeting

Organiser

Woodland Classroom
Phone:
07876 794098
Website:
www.woodlandclassroom.com

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