Coastal Forage with Your Senses - learn to find wild food by the sea

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16 people went

Price: £26.00 /per person

South Hill Barn Car Park (It's free!)

BN25 4AR · Seaford

How to find us

Meet at South Hill Barn Car Park, we'll walk into the Seaford Head Nature Reserve from there.

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Join us on this half day coastal foraging walk - you'll learn about edible wild plants that grow freely by the coast, using all of your senses, then we'll make something you can eat from our harvest.

On this coastal foraging walk you'll:

• learn ways to tune into your senses

• get to know plants using all of your senses

• meet and identify lots of wild, abundant, coastal plants that you can eat

After the walk, we’ll have a fire where you’ll be able to sample teas made from the wild herbal plants that we find, try a foraged green salad, and other tasty wild food that we gather.

This session is being led by Mike Cutting.

Mike has a wealth of plant knowledge and can also talk about bird song, signs of local animal activity, and an appreciation of the whole habitat.

(NB No dogs please, and suitable for anyone age 16+.)

About Mike

Mike is a gardener, forager, ethno-botanist and bushcraft instructor currently living in Brighton. He has always loved nature and the outdoor life, and has a passion for wild plants and their many uses. Mike is particularly interested in the culinary uses of wild ingredients, as well as their medicinal value and the rich folklore and history surrounding them. Mike is a strong believer in the benefits of increasing our connection to the natural world. He aims to convey this by providing experiences that are grounded in useful and practical knowledge, but also to explore the ephemeral and spiritual connection that we have shared with these fascinating beings for millennia.