德文郡觅食课程& Walks

罗宾·哈福德(Robin Harford)一直在经营他非常受欢迎的德文郡觅食课程已有十多年了。在野生食品成为主流之前。

His Devon foraging courses are considered to be truly inspirational 和 were recently voted #1 by BBC Countryfile.

Join Robin on a unique wild edible journey 和 discover the true taste of Britain.

During your time together you will be taken on an exciting journey around the hedgerows 和 wild spaces of Devon.

您’ll discover Nature’s secret larder. The ultimate in nutritious, local 和 seasonal food.

Foraging reawakens your senses so you gain a greater appreciation of Nature 和 your place in the natural cycles 和 rhythms of life.


What 您 Will Learn

  • 罗宾(Robin)曾在东南亚的土著团体中教过如何安全地鉴别野生食用植物的方法。
  • How to cook, prepare 和 preserve wild plants.
  • The past 和 present uses of wild plants as food 和 medicine.
  • The forgotten stories 和 folklore of wild plants found around Britain.
  • Sustainable foraging, safety, your rights 和 the law are also covered.

什么时候&德文郡觅食课程在哪里?

2020年4月4日,星期六
时间:10 am-12.30pm
Location: Near 埃克塞特 Quay (location revealed after you book)
卖光了 – (点击这里 放在德文郡候补名单上)

2020年4月5日,星期日 
时间:10 am-12.30pm
Location: Near 埃克塞特 Quay (location revealed after you book)>
卖光了 – (点击这里 放在德文郡候补名单上)


About 您r Guide

德文郡觅食课程

您r guide 和 teacher on this Devon foraging course will be Robin Harford. Robin is a plant-based forager, wild food educator 和 has published numerous 觅食指南.

自2008年以来,他一直在教人们关于当地的食用景观。他的活动最近被BBC Countryfile评选为英国最佳觅食课程。

Robin travels extensively documenting 和 recording the traditional 和 local uses of wild food plants in indigenous cultures, 和 more recently his work has taken him to Africa, India, SE Asia 和 Europe.

他是植物联合总监& Healers International, a non-profit that connects people, plants 和 healers around the world.


这是人们以前所说的

Thank you very much, Robin, for something immensely more than learning about wild plants you can eat! I much appreciated the first half hour under a tree hearing your philosophy of foraging which absolutely chimed with – 和 put so much more eloquently – how I try to be amongst the natural world. I came home aware of a quiet but deep joy, 和 I’ve been telling my family 和 several friends about the walk ever since. — Margaret Turner

我惊奇地发现,我花了三个小时完全沉迷于野生植物的世界,它们的特性(气味,味道,触感等)以及用于 最近,我几乎没有痛苦和疲劳地做得很少。我完全认同您在the树下的介绍性演讲,该演讲涉及压力,我们的生活方式以及摆脱一切压力 专注于我们周围看不见的世界。 在我自己的旅程中,您学习课程的时机正是医生命令的。非常感谢。 -Peter A. Revell教授

非常感谢围绕美丽的风景进行的引人入胜的觅食探险 Exeter last Saturday.  I discovered many edibles which I had previously just walked past, 和 it was very interesting also to hear your views on the nutritional values of wild foods as opposed to cultivated crops – it all made a lot of sense. It was very nice to meet you 和 to put a face to the name on my regular Eatweeds newsletter. — Christine Wilkins

是的,我们完全喜欢它! 今天我在下班回家的路上捡了一些东西给家人看。 — Carissa Langford

Many thanks for organising the day it was extremely informative. I will walk through towns 和 the countryside much more aware 和 with all my senses alert. I am also recommending you to friends 和 family. — Andrew Neligan

Many thanks for an extremely informative 和 engaging tour of edible Exeter. Rob 和 I enjoyed it very much 和 gained a lot from the experience, not just what to chomp on but your view of the great outdoors. — Lou Mogridge

牧草在 Exeter was the most informative 和 inspiring walk that I have been on in ages.  I learned a lot 和 have already started using the knowledge that you so generously passed on in my own kitchen.  Definitely a new 和 fun interest! — Dawn Smith

我非常喜欢埃克塞特的野生食物觅食课程。我以为是 辉煌。我真的对您所说的一切产生共鸣,特别是关于走出去 一个人的头和身体。确实,那是我加入的主要动机, 因为我倾向于远离大脑;和 I need grounding. 我是外汇交易员 and often I operate 在我的头上太多了。但是,我会变得更好 trader when I get out of my head, into my heart 和 body. — Cynthia Brown