Tuesday Foraging Workshop April 17

Tuesday Foraging Workshop April 17

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Take a walk in the park and discover the edible and medicinal plants living around you, on a Tuesday! 
Tue 17 April - 10am-12:30pm

 

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Tuesday Foraging Workshop
This workshop has the catering industry in mind. We will be focusing on the economy and the supply possibilities of local wild food in Sydney.

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, wheelchair and pet friendly stroll in the park, dress for the weather bring camera and notebook if you wish to retain the information.
This workshop is been scheduled for a Tuesday morning for all those people who cannot attend on weekends. This is better as there is less people around and you can indulge in more plant knowledge per meter ratio!

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:
Tuesday 17 April, 10am to 12:30ish

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

Do you know most of this edibles are within walking distance of your home?

Artist and naturaliast Diego Bonetto collaborate with Chef Mat Lindsay and Sommelier Giorgio DiMaria to create a foraged-themed dinner at 121BC YUM! Editing and filming by Adam Lieber

http://www.facebook.com/WildStories

I have made an observation about what I have learned from you. By introducing the dimension of the different tastes of the different plants into my experience I’m am relating to my environment in a totally different and much richer way. When I walk into my backyard I no longer see different shaped green things, I am distinguishing between plants by look and taste.

Thank you for giving me those eyes.
— Nigel, 2014
Thank you so very much Diego! It was such a pleasure to meet you and I really enjoyed the workshop. I loved it so much I am going to tell lots of people about it. Very informative and very fun!
Thanks for sharing these resources and thanks for opening my eyes to the world of weeds :)
— Kate, 2015
Hello Diego,
I just wanted to thank you for the great workshop on Saturday, I really enjoyed it and I’m looking forward to pursuing this more. It is certainly astonishing to think how ignorant most of us are of all of this opportunity around us.... I’m constantly looking at my feet now to see if I can spot any edible weeds!
Thank you for making it a fun morning.
— Georgia 2016

I would like to acknowledge the original custodians of the land were 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.