Wild Foraging

Wild Foraging is a really enjoyable and fascinating skill to learn. Highly recommend it.

Sally
  • Wild Foraging, Bushcraft, Liverpool, Wirral, Living off the Land,

  • Wild Foraging, Bushcraft, Liverpool, Wirral, Living off the Land, Vetch

  • Wild Foraging, Bushcraft, Liverpool, Wirral, Living off the Land, Clove Root

  • wild foraging, edible wild foods, liverpool & wirral

  • wild foraging, edible wild foods, liverpool & wirral

  • Wild Foraging, Bushcraft, Liverpool, Wirral, Living off the Land, Clove Root

Discover the world of wild edible plants & Fungi

We will explore the surrounding countryside & show you:

  • How to identify & pick a variety of edible plants & flowers
  • How to identify & pick a variety of edible fungi
  • How to prepare & cook all the wild foods.

Wild Foraging

The Wild Foraging course takes place at Claremont Farm. Where we explore the whole area, including the hedge rows and ancient woodland. We will teach you about the wonderful world of "natures larder" what to look for and how to pick it, prepare it and cook it.

We offer two courses.

Wild Foraging

Join us on this wonderful course where were spend around three hours exploring Claremont's fields, hedgerows, brooks and woodlands. Were show you how to correctly identify and pick a variety of edible flowers, foliage, fruits and fungi. Were teach you about there culinary, medical or survival uses. The course finishes up around a big open fire at our bushcraft base we will turn our finds into various wild teas and a few edible dishes. This walk is suitable for kids aged 12 and up-wards.

Costs just £25pp 10am to 1pm

Next course date 26th of August

For more information and to book CLICK HERE

Wild Foraging & Cooking Class

Join us on a full day of foraging and wild food cookery with professional forager and author of ‘The Foragers’ Cookbook’ James Wood.

After our initial meeting we will go through some keys to help you in the correct identification of what we’re about to find. Along with your very own foragers baskets we will head out to discover the vast array of wild edible species that lie all around us, James will give you tips on correct identification, potential look-alike species as well as a vast range of edible possibilities that the species can provide us with. Take all of this in whilst enjoying a large range of pre-made wild food tasters from jams to pickles, syrups, chutneys, cordials, alcohol infusions and salt pickles. You will then take on the role of the forager, harvesting a range of wild and fresh ingredients.

On returning to our venue we will have a quick break whilst sorting through and cleaning up our ingredients. Then we start on the cookery side of our course, you will be guided through the process of chopping, boiling, baking and mixing our wild ingredients to create a delicious meal for us all to enjoy.

At the end of the course you will be provided with basic foraging information and the recipes from the day in a little portfolio for you to take home.Our next course date is on the 11th of March

3 hour foraging course focusing on edible spring plants and flowers. Includes a delicious cook up of what we find on an open fire.

Cost £95pp 10am to 4pm

Next course date is on the 5th of November

For more information and to book this course CLICK HERE

Check out what people say about our Wild Foraging Courses

Great experience being able to cook it on an open fire afterwards.

Laura,

Sensory overload, brilliant.

Adam,

Wild foraging is something I have always been interested in, its amazing to find out just how many wild plants are edible and actually taste quite good.

Tom,