An Evening with Owen Raybould – Nutrition researcher and Forager – on ‘Foraging and the Future of Food’.
Date: Saturday 27th February
Where: Friends Meeting House, 37 Scotts Road, Stourbridge, DY8 1UR (map)
Exploring different ways of bringing nature and wild ecology back into our food production. Including a short documentary and time for Q & A.
Owen’s talk will cover Permaculture, Re-forestation, Organics, Wildflower seeding, Herd and forest grazing, the importance of fungi in soil, and direct human involvement, such as Community Supported Agriculture.
- Refreshments available
- Entry by donation
- All Welcome!
Afternoon guided foraging walk round Lickey Hills
Date: Saturday 13th Sept
Time: 2pm – 4pm
Meet: The Visitor Centre, Lickey Hills Country Park, Warren Lane, Birmingham, B45 8ER (map) at 2pm
Donation: £3 (suggested)
“I’ll be able to identify sweet chestnuts, bilberries, raspberries and hazelnuts among others there. Information about trees and management of the land, interesting fire lighting material and uses of tree sap” Owen Raybould
Date: Saturday 4th October – 7pm
TALK: Wild edibles and ancestral human nutrition: What can it teach us? by Owen Raybould
Where: Quaker Friends Meeting House, 37 Scotts Road, Stourbridge, DY8 1UR