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Wild Food - Plant-based Wild Edible Food Workshop - new date TBC '22

NEW DATE TBC '22!
Have you ever wanted to be able to identify and enjoy wild foods, straight from the source?
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Want to connect with nature like never before?
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Welcome to the Wild Food 1-day Workshop - SUMMER EDN! 
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Learn the skills required to identify, sustainably harvest and process many common, wild, edible plant foods... including tasty & medicinal native plants and common introduced weeds!
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This WILD FOOD Workshop is a deep dive into the plethora of wild edible foods we have here in the Australian bush.
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Experience nature as your buffet.
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Caitlin Weatherstone is an experienced Wildlife Ecologist and nature connection guide who will show you how to identify and process the most common wild plant foods you'll find around the east coast of NSW.
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After this workshop, you'll be able to confidently walk into the bush and recognise your plant allies.
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In this workshop, we'll explore the historical uses of wild foods in the area by its Bundjalung People and its more recent occupants, how food racism has shaped our cultures today, and the reasons you should choose wild and local. We'll also teach you the practicalities and different techniques of identifying, sustainably harvesting, preparing and processing wild foods.
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Did you know: Many of Australia's wild foods are known as 'superfoods'... including the kakadu plum which has the highest known source of vitamin C. 
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The deets:
When: TBC 12pm - 6pm
Where: TBC
BYO: Daypack, Drink bottle, snacks, personal plate, bowl and cutlery, walking shoes, notepad & pen 
Investment: $169 pp (15% discount for 2x tickets)
Included: Expert tuition for 6 hours of wild food identification, sustainable harvest and preparation, and a shared dinner meal in a beautiful regenerated farmland setting.
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P.S. Refunds for cancellations will only be processed up to 7 days before the event date.  

The best? 

You will come away from this workshop passionately inspired and activated, and with all the practical tools you'll need to identify, harvest and process many common Australian wild foods.

* Please note - we do not teach Aboriginal Australian culture, except when we have an Aboriginal staff member present. We mostly teach from our western science perspective with celtic roots. We have learnt these skills from Mentors from all over - Aboriginal Australians, Americans, Australians, our Celtic roots. All our ancestors, not matter where you are from, practiced these ancestral, primitive survival skills and they are not owned by any one culture, but borrowed and adapted over time from others. That's the beauty of being human. 

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