Urban Foraging Walk

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10:00 am

What is Happening:

Susan Hutchinson is an avid forager and is keen to teach us how she does it.

In this walk Susan will show us how to identify and collect wild fennel, rosehip, wild brassicas and other wild greens. This workshop offers a great opportunity to introduce more diversity and locally grown species into your diet.

Susan will also teach us how to use the various plants in both recipes and teas. Handouts with recipes provided.

Please wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a hat, sunscreen, water and something to eat as there are limited facilities nearby.

Please note: due to the drought, this workshop is taking place at the Jerrabombera wetlands. Corner of Blueberry and Eyre Streets Kingston.

Accessibility: The event will be held outdoors on uneven ground. If you have any questions or concerns regarding accessibility please contact sustainability@canberraenvironment.org or 6248 0885

Refund Policy: Please kindly note that tickets are non-refundable. Tickets can be transferred to other workshops if notification is given at least 21 days prior to the workshop. Tickets are non-transferrable after this time. You are welcome to pass your ticket on to another person.

Where is it On?:

Jerrabombera Wetlands, Cnr Blueberry Street and Eyre St, Kingston, ACT 2604

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RSVP?: Yes, register at: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/urban-foraging-walk-tickets-83568582881

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