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The Wild Food Huntress - A Foragers Feast!

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The Wild Food Huntress, A Foragers Feast, Foraging
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Join The Wild Food Huntress (a.k.a. conservationist and qualified horticulturist Kate Grigg) on Sunday, 10th March 2019, from 10am until 12pm, at Woorabinda Reserve, Stirling and learn about foraging of medicinal, edible and useful plants. Sample a range of foraged plant-based food, including prickly pear paddles, wild artichokes and pickled walnuts.

Interested and want to attend? Book here. Cost is $30 per adult - children 16yo and under are free (when accompanied by a paying adult). Enquiries via email to: Interested but unable to attend? Go to The Wild Food Huntress website, to access a wide range of credible resources. Opinel foraging knives will be available for purchase at the event and can also be purchased online.
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Why? Join conservationist & qualified horticulturist Kate Grigg (aka The Wild Food Huntress) & learn about foraging & plant identification
When: Sunday 10/03/2019: 10am-12pm
Phone: Enquiries via email to:
Where: Woorabinda Reserve, 65 Mabel Street, Stirling, SA, 5152
Cost: $30 per adult (children under 16yo are free when accompanied by a paying adult)
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