Join us for a wild food forage. Taste your way through the National Nature Reserve on a wild-food themed walk. You’ll get to discover and search for edible plants of the hedgerows and woodland.

Collect some of nature’s bounty as we go, learning also what not to pick as well some of the folklore behind the plants that we have on the nature reserve. Then using some of our finds we will have a go at tasting our very own pesto and spring tea.

Wild food guides will be available to borrow during the walk and can be purchased at the end.

Sorry, no dogs are allowed on this course.

Explore our range of nature courses hosted by our engaging tutors and learn from their expertise and knowledge. Our nature experiences are a chance to meet like-minded people, a chance to unwind from everyday life, and a great opportunity to experience the UK’s glorious wildlife and the surrounding countryside of our field centres.

What's Included

  • Tastings of wild food creations

Before You Attend

What to bring

  • A basket for collecting foraged items.
  • We will be outside so please dress appropriately for the weather.
  • Expect to be walking on uneven terrain, sometimes on small unsurfaced (and muddy) paths.

Opportunities to attend this course

This course is not currently available to book. Dates will follow soon.

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