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Learn to craft your own wild medicines and reconnect with the abundance of Mother Nature!
As the seasons shift, nature provides us with an abundance of wild berries, mushrooms, herbs, and trees that are perfectly suited to support and nourish us throughout the winter months. Woodlands and hedgerows become a living basket of nutrient-dense ingredients that can support our immune system, respiratory system, and general wellbeing, helping us and our loved ones to stay nourished and well.
In this workshop, guided by our Head of Land and Food Tasha Stevens-Vallecillo, you will walk the land and learn how to safely identify, harvest, store and process seasonal wild ingredients.
You'll create a mini apothecary of potent folk medicines to take home - a winter gift to yourself and those you love.
Learn to make:
- medicinal berry tonics (both elderberry and rosehip)
- our much-loved medicinal mushroom chai syrup
- a spruce salve using beeswax from our sacred bee garden - a precious gift.
Learning these traditional skills is a meaningful way to reconnect with the land and the abundant cycles of nature. As we protect what we love, getting out into our local wild spaces fosters a deeper relationship between the land and ourselves. Through foraging and medicine-making we learn more about our environment, meet like-minded people and nurture a resilience that serves both people and the planet.
This event includes all materials, warm drinks and a 42 Acres lunch from our Soil-To-Gut menu. You will eat food grown on the land you're walking.
After this workshop, you're welcome to take out the rowing boat and enjoy a wild swim in our seven acre lake (bring your own swimwear and towel) Or to visit our ancient forest, regenerative market garden, edimental walled garden, and other agriwilding projects.
If you are travelling from outside the area, check out our beautiful eco-powered accommodation options, from restored farmhouses to our popular Tiny Boat. Book your stay here: www.42acres.com/our-rooms
As much as we love our four-legged friends, we can not allow them on this workshop.
*Disclaimer: Please speak with your licensed medical health professional if you have any health conditions or are pregnant.As the seasons shift nature provides us with an abundance of wild berries, mushrooms, herbs and trees that can support and nourish us throughout the winter. Woodlands and hedgerows become a living basket of nutrient-dense ingredients that can you can make into syrups, salves and tonics. Aiding your immune system, respiratory system and general wellbeing, helping you and your loved ones to stay nourished through the winter months.
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.WebsiteInstagramFacebook