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Wild food identification, foraging walks and nature connection in the ancient landscapes of the Isle Arran

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“I loved learning all the edible plants that are all around us all the time. Zoë is a very knowledgeable teacher with so much patience. I will definitely be coming again”

- Group member from Shiskine

Upcoming Events

  • Sea Shore Explore with a Wild Food Feast
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, 01 Jul
    Blackwaterfoot Beach
    01 Jul, 11:00 – 13:30
    Blackwaterfoot Beach, Blackwaterfoot, Isle of Arran KA27 8ET, UK
    Places where one ecosystem meets another, like where the sea meets the land at the shore, are especially abundant wild food sources. In this walk we will gather foods along the shore in Blackwaterfoot taking in the beautiful scenery and rich history of the area.
  • Summer Abundance Forage with a Wild Food Feast
    Multiple Dates
    Tue, 04 Jul
    Fisherman's Walk (behind the wee Co-op)
    04 Jul, 11:00 – 13:30
    Fisherman's Walk (behind the wee Co-op), Brodick, Isle of Arran KA27 8AZ, UK
    Summer is when wild food is most plentiful, and the most fun time of year to forage. Arran’s summer is sweet and glorious with sufficient rainfall to keep the greenery lush. The perfect time for foraging and feasting.
  • Forest Walk with a Wild Food Feast
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, 22 Jul
    Eas-Mor Ecology Project, Higher Car Park
    22 Jul, 11:00 – 13:30
    Eas-Mor Ecology Project, Higher Car Park, A841, Isle of Arran KA27 8RR, UK
    Arran is an island rich in history and wildlife. On this Forest Walk we will delve into the wild food of Arran’s forests, discovering the ancient flavours and learning how to confidently identify the plants we encounter. We will walk the spectacular Eas Mor Waterfall path.
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