Inner West Foraging Workshop, September 1

Inner West Foraging Workshop, September 1

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Sat 1 September - 10am-12:30pm

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This is the start of Spring and I am sure you are turning your attention to your garden, the growing possibilities of your balcony or the booming botany on a walk in the park. This is the time of year when it starts to get warmer, the rain is a little more regular and subtropical Sydney shows off with a display of glorious wattles and lush green weeds.
What to do? Learn how to use them!

Typical of this time of the year there will be mallow, chickweed, dandelion, flatweed, farmers friend, sowthistle, rambling dock, wild sorrel, wild fennel and many more.

Learn about the most common species growing in your garden, along the green belts and in parks and reserves. Find out how they have been used for food, craft and natural remedies. Discover ways to safely harvest from the urban 'wild' and enrich your diet with vitamins and minerals. This is a family and pet friendly stroll in the park, dress for the weather bring camera and notebook if you wish to retain the information.

All guest will be issued with a booklet detailing 20 of the most common species to take home with you, see below for a preview:

Wild Stories
Wild Stories
a foraging guide
By Diego Bonetto
Photo book

WHERE:
Tempe Station Carpark
Richardson Crescent
Tempe, NSW 2044

WHEN:
Saturday, 1st of September, 10 am to 12:30ish

CONTACT DETAILS: Diego 0411 293 178 info[at]diegobonetto.com

Cancellation policy: This is an all-weather event and we will cancel only in the case of heavy rain or strong wind, in which case we would issue a full refund or offer an alternative date for your bookings.
No Refund Policy: Due to the nature of the event we will not issue any refunds for unused tickets sold. Please make sure you are available to attend before you finalise your booking. If by any unforeseen circumstances you can no longer participate you can pass the booking onto someone else and let them know I will welcome them as much as I would welcome you.

Thank you for such an informative tour.  I really appreciate your generosity in sharing your knowledge and stories and all with such a humourous flourish.
— Rachel, 2016
Diego Bonetto. One of the good humans. He champions wild “weeds”, taking workshop tours and working with chefs. I just spent a really enjoyable morning learning about and tasting plants along the Cooks River in Tempe. If you are looking for an informative, fascinating and often hilarious thing to do, please sign up to do a workshop!! You don’t have to find someone to do it with - go by yourself - you’ll be in a companionable and interesting group. Highly recommended!!
— Jenni, 2018
I would like to acknowledge the original custodians of the land where this workshop will take place, the Cadigal-Wangal people of the Eora nation, and would like to pay my respect to elders past, present and future. May your wisdom thrive.