Wild Foraging Walk - With Mary Lambert
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Mary will be your guide to identify some of the Springtime wild edible plants and the poisonus one too!!
About this Event
Come and wander through lanes, fields and woodland finding newly sprung wild edibles with your guide Mary and her trusty best friend Robin (the dog).
We will discover together all types of wild edible plants that the beautiful green areas of Dorset has to offer.
Not only will Mary be identifying natures' Spring time wild edible bounty, be she will also show you the plants to avoid.
After we have had a foraging session we will go back to Ower Grove base camp and have some lunch (soup and rolls).
We are hoping to offer you some Wild Garlic, Stinging Nettle and Potato soup accompanied by some freshly cooked Bannock Bread washed down with a very cleansing Pine Needle tea all cooked over the camp fire. (we will be offering hot and cold beverages too)
Mary's knowledge has just exploded in the world of wild edibles foraging and she is very keen to pass on her love of discovering Natures' Larder to us all.
So please do not hesitate to book your place with us, where we cannot wait to welcome you all.
This event would not be suitable for those unable to physically walk over unstable terrain or walk short distances only.
The minimum age of participants is 14 years old.
Sorry no dogs allowed or Robin won't be happy!
PLease Note: Some people do potentially have adverse reactions to wild foods. Different people can tolerate wild edibles while some may not, even if you have not experienced allergic reations previously. Therefore many wild edibles we encounter will not be for sampling, they will mostly be for wild forage identification only. Any identified plants eaten through the participants own choice will be their personal responsibility entirely in the case of any allergic reaction.