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.

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Lea and Baby Beren

Wild Food Workshop: Late-Spring Foraging

Share your foraging journey with us as we take you through plant identification, foraging tips & tricks, recipe ideas and book recommendations. The perfect introduction to Wild Food for anyone wanting to dive into this fascinating and tasty hobby.

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Plants covered in this workshop include: ground ivy, elderflower, hawthorn, ash keys, lime leaves, three-cornered leek, rock samphire, sea radish, sorrel and much more.

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