Foraging for Hairy Bittercress

This is a great wild food for early spring. It's very common and is probably growing near you, perfect for foraging. Bushcraft instructor James Kendall shows you Hairy Bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta) which tastes A LOT better than it sounds 🙂 You can use it just like cress.

This video is just a sample of a much longer video, February 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:

#wildfood #foraging #bittercress

How To Identify Trees in Winter (Online Workshop 2 of 2)

If you struggle to identify trees in the countryside during winter, when the leaves are on the ground, then you'll learn so much in this online workshop. Discover how to identify trees in winter using buds, bark, leaf litter, tree form and other features. You will also find out where you can get a whole lot more free resources to take your tree learning further.

You can sign up to our FREE introductory Tree ID online course; Kickstart Your Tree ID Skills
ENROLL HERE:

If you missed my first session, you can watch that Winter Trees Workshop right here:

Whether you work with trees, in outdoor education or you simply have a keen interest to know more, there's something for you here. This workshop is led by James Kendall, bushcraft tutor and woodland manager at Woodland Classroom.

This workshop is a great introduction to the subject of identifying trees in the season of winter. It was also great to see this event being so popular with over 700 people in attendance.

TOPICS INCLUDE:
Alder vs. Elder
3 Easy Winter Trees
Beech vs. Hornbeam
Trees in Focus: Ash
Recommended Books & Resources

Trees covered in this workshop include; alder, elder, hazel, larch, field maple, beech, hornbeam, ash and more.

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:

#trees #arboriculture #woodlands

Foraging Winter Mushrooms: Velvet Shank

Discover this great winter wild food this winter, probably growing near you, perfect for foraging. Bushcraft instructor James Kendall shows you Velvet Shank (Flammulina velutipes) probably winter's best edible mushroom.

This video is just a sample of a much longer video, January 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:

#wildfood #foraging #fungi

Identifying Trees in Winter (online workshop)

Discover how to identify trees in winter using buds, bark, leaf litter, tree form and other features. This workshop is perfect for anyone who struggles to identify the trees around them. Learn 3 key hacks to help you name any tree, unlock tips for identifying tree species from a distance and find out where you can get a whole lot more free resources to take your tree learning further.

You can sign up to our FREE introductory Tree ID online course; Kickstart Your Tree ID Skills
ENROLL HERE:

Whether you work with trees, in outdoor education or you simply have a keen interest to know more, there's something for you here. This workshop is led by James Kendall, bushcraft tutor and woodland manager at Woodland Classroom.

This workshop is a great introduction to the subject of identifying trees in the season of winter. It was also great to see this event being so popular with over 500 people in attendance.

Trees covered in this workshop include; hawthorn, blackthorn, ash, beech, alder, field maple, oaks, elder, elm, larch, birch and more.

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:

#trees #arboriculture #woodlands

How To Identify Plantain

Discover this great wild medicine, it's very common and is the BEST relief for nettle stings – forget Dock leaves. Plantain is available all year round. Nature Therapist, Lea Kendall shows you the Plantain (Plantago lanceolata), where to find it. and how to use it.

This video is just a sample of a much longer video, November 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:

#wildfood #foraging #herbalism