Discover Edible Mushrooms (Wild Food Workshop)

Discover edible wild fungi that you can forage in your local area during Autumn. Learn how to identify wild mushrooms you can cook with. Learn how to forage in autumn and get recipe ideas from experienced bushcraft instructors; Dave Watson and James Kendall.

This workshop makes the perfect introduction to edible wild mushrooms for anyone wanting to dive into this fascinating and tasty hobby during the autumn months.

Our live webinars have been a HUGE success over lockdown with over 10,000 people in attendance.

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Fungi featured in this workshop include: giant puffball, parasol, shaggy ink cap, jelly ear fungus, penny pun and chicken of the woods. We also include shaggy parasol, bay bolete, bitter bolete, red cracked bolete and common ink cap.

Thanks to Dave Watson from Woodland Survival Crafts for sharing is knowledge with us. To find out about courses that Dave hosts out in the woods, visit his website:

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Foraging for Sweet Chestnuts

Discover this great wild food, probably growing near you, perfect for foraging in Autumn. Bushcraft instructor James Kendall shows you Sweet Chestnuts (Castanea sativa) not to be confused with conkers.

This video is just a sample of a much longer video, October Foraging Walk, which you can watch when you become a Patron of Woodland Classroom, along with a whole host of other wild food and foraging video tutorials, recipes and more. Find out more by heading to:

On Patreon will be hosting monthly webinars with a much smaller audience so you can ask your questions directly to us. So, if you enjoyed video and would like to see more good stuff, consider becoming a patron of Woodland Classroom.

Woodland Classroom host courses in foraging, wellbeing in the woods, mindfulness in nature and bushcraft in North Wales. If you would like to know more, go to:

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How To Identify Common Yellow Russula (Wild Food & Foraging)

Discover this great edible wild mushroom in your local woods, perfect for foraging in Autumn. Bushcraft instructors, Dave Watson ad James Kendall show you the Common Yellow Russula (Russula ochroleuca), also known as the Common Yellow Brittlegill.

This video is just a sample of a much longer vide, Adventures in Mushrooming, which you can watch when you become a Patron of Woodland Classroom, along with a whole host of other wild food and foraging video tutorials, recipes and more. Find out more by heading to:

Thanks to Dave Watson from Woodland Survival Crafts for sharing is knowledge with us. To find out about courses that Dave hosts out in the woods, visit his website:

On Patreon will be hosting monthly webinars with a much smaller audience so you can ask your questions directly to us. So, if you enjoyed video and would like to see more good stuff, consider becoming a patron of Woodland Classroom.

Woodland Classroom host courses in foraging, wellbeing in the woods, mindfulness in nature and bushcraft in North Wales. If you would like to know more, go to:

#wildfood #foraging #fungi

Foraging Hawthorn (Wild Food in September)

Discover how to forage hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) in the hedgerow and what tasty wild foods you can make from it. Haws make a great wild medicine and have many health benefits. Join Lea (and baby Beren) as they show you how to identify and collect this awesome plant.

This is just a sneak peek of a much longer video. Our 'Wild Food Walk' videos are a regular series exclusively available to and funded by our lovely Patrons. Each month we explore the best that wild food has to offer, here in the UK.

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Lea and Baby Beren

Whispers from the Wood, Ep 5: Make Your Own Medicine

Lea makes her own cough syrup using wild medicinal plants, which is easy to make yourself. With just a few ingredients you can help keep coughs and cold at bay. Leas uses nettle, spruce and plantain mixed with brandy and honey.

Whispers from the Wood is a regular video series funded by and exclusively for our lovely Patrons. Each week we dive into experienced we've had during our nature connection journey and we also support you along your journey to a deeper connection to the natural world with craft ideas, insights and stories.

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James & Lea