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Summer foraging workshop

Summer foraging workshop

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Mullaghroe Lower

mullaghroe lower

mountrice

monasterevin

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Join Julie Smyth from Wild Food Ways for a wild food foraging workshop on the wild and beautiful Cul Ban Organic Farm.

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On the workshop we will go for a leisurely walk and learn how to identify all the wild plants and trees found growing on the farm. We will spend time discussing the edibility and traditional, modern and herbal uses for each plant and we will also discuss the many different methods of collecting and preserving the wild plants and how we can do this safely and sustainably. There will be scones with hedgerow jam and refreshments on arrival and the walk will be followed by lunch prepared from a combination of home-grown, wild and locally sourced ingredients. There will also be a selection of wild foods and refreshments preserved from past seasons for tasting. Each participant will be emailed a plant profile after the workshop of all the plants discussed on the day. The plant file includes photographs of each plant with some information on edibility, nutritive content, herbal and traditional uses and some recipes. This workshop is geared towards adults who are new to foraging and is limited to 12 places. Children under 12 are free and welcome but must be supervised at all times, please contact beforehand to confirm numbers. This is an outdoor event so please come prepared in case of wet weather but there is a covered seating area to enjoy the lunch. An email with eircode will be sent out to attendees a week before the event. Phone Julie on 0874172047 for more details.

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Mullaghroe Lower

mullaghroe lower

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monasterevin

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