Wild super foods day with Myrtle Cooper

Details

Venue Chicken Shed (Craft Studio)

Running time Course runs on Saturday April 27th 10-4pm minutes

With Myrtle Cooper

When: See below for all available dates

Prices

£40 for a day-long course

Next date 20th July 10:00 am

Book online below

About this course

20 July / 12 October, all 10am-4pm

Unleash your inner ‘Wild Thing’ and discover the transformative art of wildcrafting through spending a day in the woods foraging.

You will learn about plant history, folklore and nutritional qualities. This course will give you the skills and confidence to safely gather and store wild food products, across the seasons.

Booking T&Cs

For more information, please contact: crafted@dartington.org
Advance booking only
Course details subject to change
Please note: 25% of your course fee is non-refundable should you need to cancel your place

About the Craft Revolution

The Craft Revolution runs a vibrant programme of courses, projects, events and talks. It is a movement about making; a learning space, an ideas lounge, an action station. A story of ‘doing’ over ‘not doing’.

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Offer: Special rate for Dartington Members

Dartington Members will receive a 10% discount, applied when they log in during the checkout process. For more information about Membership, click here (opens in new tab).

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Select a time below to begin your online booking. You can also contact our Box Office daily, 1–7pm.
Phone: 01803 847070 | boxoffice@dartington.org


Saturday 20th July
   

Saturday 12th October
   


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