As you can imagine this position is right up my street and I do hope that you come follow me there. Thanks to all who supported me in my ecotourism endeavours especially my members, customers and of course those in the industry who helped me on my journey. Roz, May 2016.
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April 18, 2016
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Saturday May 7th 2016
This Find It, Pick It, Cook It, Eat It workshop will help you know all about wild safe food. A relaxing day in the wilds looking for wild safe foods including fungi, fruits, nuts and berries. Suitable for all the family. Learn how to make Beech Leaf liqueur, Sorrel Tabbouleh and find wild greens for salads. Turn your hand to making Wild Garlic Pesto and delicious salads from the wild.
For more details or to book contact Slieve Aughty Centre +353 (0)909745246, email@example.com or visit www.slieveaughtycentre.com
April 18, 2016
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Go Wild Food Foraging with Wild Food Mary Bulfin, forager, chef, and lover of all good food nature has to offer.
Collect wild foods, use them fresh and learn how to preserve, make all kinds of treats from delicious elderflower delight to relishes, dried mushrooms, and wonderful liqueurs. Guided foraging walks and workshops for small groups.
Upcoming Dates 2016:
Saturday May 14: Learn what’s available in late spring, flowers and much more. Make all sorts from floral syrups to home made wines and a few surprises! Only 6 places left!
Saturday/Sunday September 10 – 11: With a little luck for a good Summer, woods and hedges will be full of berries, nuts and fungi……a feast for the forager.
Saturday October 22: Fungi, preserves and much more.
€50 per person for the day including end of day meal prepared from foraged & additional organic goodies!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Leitrim Landscapes Guided Walks offer ‘on demand’ foraging walks for two or more people with eco friendly accommodation at Tawny Lust Lodge (or they can recommend eco friendly accommodation nearby).
We are a small business that caters for corporate & social groups and private parties, who would like to experience the North West in a unique way. Sessions tailored to your own ability and interest are our specialty and we pride ourselves on very high standards, both in the range of expertise and our eco friendly practices. Accommodation is also available.
They also hold a number of foraging events throughout the year so do check out their website for details at www.irishecotourism.com
Seaweed Forage and Beach Picnic with The Sea Gardener
Near Tramore, Co.Waterford
Meet at Mother McHugh’s Pub, Fenor.
Directions: 6 km west of Tramore on the Copper Coast Road.
Date: Saturday June 18th
Time: 10.30 am – 1 pm.
Join us to find edible seaweeds, learn how dry and store and how to prepare & cook with them, to use them in the garden and in the bath. We’ll prepare lunch with our forage afterwards, so you will taste the unique flavours of several species.
Sheeps Head and St Finbarr’s Walking week 15th-20th May
Explore the wild scenery and exhilarating views of The Sheeps Head Way this May with Top Of The Rock. They have created an gorgeous 4 day package with accommodation, transport, meals and guidebook as well as an accompanying guide throughout.
A four day walking tour from the SHEEPS HEAD lighthouse to St Finbarr’s hermitage at GOUGANE BARRA, with five nights’ accommodation at the Top of the Rock Pod Páirc and Walking Centre. The cost of our 2016 walking week is €515 per person sharing (including VAT)