Woods and Hedgerows are great places to find wild food.
The REWILD Project will be offering foraging sessions throughout the day for youngsters and adults using the surrounding edge of the events field to discover what we have available on our doorstep.
Foragers and wild chefs Liv Goodman and Ryan ” Kermit ” Kemmet will lead the sessions and then process and cook the foraged plants and wild meats using a combination of rocket stoves and washing drum.
As a feral child, Liv has nurtured a passion for earth skills foraging. Liv has studied wild food with Ffyona Campbell, wild medicine with Rhizone clinic, taught bushcraft skills to groups of children and cooked wild food on open fire for groups with The Old Way, Oak and Smoke Tannery and The Rewild Project.
Kermit has been involved in Bushcraft for over 15 years and is well established within the community; he has vast experience of cooking on an open fire, using traditional methods and has been working with the Rewild Project for 3 Years.
Green woodworker Amy Cox will be guiding you on how to make spatulas on shave horses.
Spaces are limited and we have had a lot of interest in these sessions.
We will open online booking closer to the event and there will be a few places that can be booked at The Rewild Project / Foraging stand at the festival.
The Rewild Project is a non-profit social enterprise focused on environmental education and ecological restoration.
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