2022 - Sat 28th May 10-12:30pm or 1-3:30pm
This walk will take in some wonderful coastal wild flowers, some of which are amazing to forage.
We will be looking at how certain species have adapted to life on the coast, explore the shingle and beach itself for species like Sea Kale, Sea Radish and Sea Rocket, and then working our way along to find plants along the upper beach or areas nearby. Naturally we will not just be covering the edibles, we shall take in a number of non-edible or poisonous species to make you aware of the potential dangers of foraging near the coast, species like Hemlock and Hemlock Water-dropwort.
The walk will be leisurely and we will be stopping frequently to take in many of the plants. We will be discussing how to sustainably harvest as well as identify all the plants we encounter along our walk, which will mainly be flat but at times will be walking on uneven terrain.
Our courses are limited to 14 people as this number allows for a good atmosphere and allows David to get to know what each persons knowledge base is and cater to their needs, whether you are a complete novice to foraging or slightly more experienced we can offer everyone a truly great experience.
Coastal Foraging (North Wales)
Price - £35pp
Duration - 10-12:30pm or 1-3:30pm
Dates (2022) - Sat 28th May
Tour Guide - David Winnard
Location - North Wales, near to Prestatyn. exact location given on booking.
What to bring - A good pair of walking boots is advisable, a packed lunch and drinks. Clothing to suit the weather of the day. Many people find it helpful to bring a notebook or camera to make notes of all the plants we see.
In the event that Discover the Wild has to cancel an event due to extreme weather a full refund will be given. A full refund will also be given if the event for any reason has to be cancelled by Discover the Wild. If you decide you can not make the event then you can be moved on to another event date, but a refund will only be given if Discover the Wild can fill your spaces on the event.