November 19 1-4:30,
Interested in foraging for your own food, ‘re-wilding’ or ‘undomesticating’ your diet, or just adding more nutrient rich ingredients to your dinner plate – join us for an afternoon exploring the abundant world of wild edibles.

Topics include:

  • The benefits of eating wild food
  • Identifying and using edible weeds
  • Entomophagy – edible insects
  • Growing edible native food plants

Presenters:
Stacey Smithers – Edible Weed Forager
Paula Pownall – Edible Bug Farmer
Steve McCabe – Bushfood Gardener

Workshop includes a delicious wild food inspired arvo tea, and a free bushtucker plant.
Tickets: Eventbrite

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