Foraging Experience in Dorset
Foraging gets you outdoors, opens your eyes to your surroundings, and helps you make a connection between your environment and the food on your plate.
Coastal foraging courses
The beach in Studland offers the best location in Dorset for a seashore foraging walk. From sea vegetable and sea weeds to crabs and cockles, learn skills to identify and make the most of nature’s very own larder, whether in the sea or on the shore. And if you’re lucky enough, even cook up your finds on the beach, using bushcraft techniques that will be sure to bring out your inner adventurer.
2 Hour Foraging Walks – Seasonal foraging walks take place throughout the year. Learn about wild plants, their medicinal properties, how to harvest them and prepare them for eating. Take away some tasty morsels of information to help you reconnect with the great outdoors in a new and nutritious way! Ideal foraging courses in Dorset for families and beginners.
Kayak, foraging, fishing and feasting – Kayaks allow access to the wonderful creeks, islands and chalky stacks that are host to a whole array of wild edibles. Hop aboard to source your supper by kayaking, fishing and foraging for the ingredients you need. Half days or full days where you get to cook up a fantastic feast on the beach.
Forage & Feast – Four forage and feast events in the year to coincide with the seasons. A talented team pull together to forage for wild ingredients that are then lovingly handcrafted into a 3 course wild feast for you. Under canvas, under the stars or at a secret hideaway beside the sea enjoy a handcrafted feast with tingling taste buds and happy hearts and learn about wild plants and how to create your own green goodies.
Location: The Hutquarters, Middle Beach Car Park, Studland, Dorset, BH19 3AP