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Apr 18, 2024
Apr 18, 2024

Spring Wild Emergence - A Walk and Workshop


Ground in nature as the earth awakens from her deep slumber.

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About this event

Spend a morning foraging with us identifying this season's detox delectables and spend the afternoon capturing the essence of spring. Take home goodies you will be able to enjoy through the coming months, helping your body to attune to the season.

More and more of us are needing to nurture our innate intuitions as creatures of nature. Tasha who has been foraging for over 15 years holds space for you to connect with the plants of spring and tune to their subtleties and unique communications about their health benefits and uses.

In this workshop you will spend the morning walking, tasting, and smelling the land’s gifts, learning the plants, barks, blossoms, and catkins of spring; you will harvest your own ingredients to preserve and use in the afternoon.

Research is showing that even small amounts of wild food can greatly increase the gut microbiome and energy levels, foraging regularly can be important for mental health or provide us with a spiritual connection point with the added bonus of wild delights!

In this particular workshop, we will incorporate our wild greens for a mezze-style lunch and learn to make, wild ferment soda, foragers' hand cream, and wild nutrient salt. These activities can add such pleasure to life in quiet ways and the knowledge and deep love of these practices is what we share with you in this day-long workshop, skills that you will carry with you forever and be able to share with your loved ones and community.

Take Home:

A basket of unique goodies enough to keep one for yourself and one of each item as a gifts.

  • Foragers Hand Cream
  • Wild Soda
  • Wild Nutrient Salt
  • Recipe cards to be able to make these again at home!


  • A guided foraging walk
  • Learning how to safely identify seasonal plants, barks, blossoms and catkins.
  • Gaining knowledge about preserving, storing, and processing foraged ingredients
  • Creating your own soda, nutrient salt, and hand cream.
  • Divine Wild Spring Green Gnocci - A 42 Acres Chef Special
  • Rhubarb crumble cake as a treat
  • Opportunities for meditation, sharing, and practicing intuitive knowing

After the Workshop, You're Welcome to:

  • Explore 173 acres of regenerative estate and nature reserve
  • Visit our pioneering agriwilding projects
  • Swim in our 7-acre lake (at your own risk). Please bring your own swim wear and towels
  • Take our row boat/ SUP boards/ canoes

Stay Over:

As with all our workshops, upon booking you'll receive a 20% discount code for use if you would like to stay overnight (the day before or night of your experience). A little gift from 42 Acres to help support workshop participants to extend & enrich their stay on the land. Your voucher is redeemable at:

Please Note:

We cannot allow dogs on this experience

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About the hosts

Tasha Stevens-Vallecillo

Tasha is our head of land and food and is part of the vision circle alongside 42 Acres founders. She has lived off-grid for 13 years, accruing skills in fossil fuel free farming, expertise in foraging and 'bee-centric' beekeeping. Tasha is a practicing Buddhist and intuitive, and supports 42 in the quest to continuing alignment and deepening towards the vision of connection to nature, self and other.


Spring Wild Emergence - A Walk and Workshop


Thursday, April 18, 2024

9:30 am

3:00 pm


Thursday, April 18, 2024

9:30 am


Thursday, April 18, 2024

3:00 pm


Tasha Stevens-Vallecillo


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