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Coastal Foraging

From rocky beaches to sandy shores, we are so fortunate to have such a stunning coastline. We have an abundance of delicious seaweeds, edible coastal plants and of course shellfish... Join one of these courses to discover more! 


Durgan Coastal Forage

Meeting in Bosveal car park, this walk meanders down through luscious hedgerows and woodland to Durgan village and the beach at low tide. Discover all the edibles along the way, such as Alexanders, alliums, rock samphire and seaweeds such as dulse, sea lettuce and sea spaghetti!

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Seaweed Talk at Perranuthnoe

Uncover the wonderful world of seaweeds! Join Emma at Perranuthnoe church room as she talks about their diversity, culinary uses, medicinal uses, recipes and how to forage for them sustainably. 

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Rockpool family forage

Rock pooling for all the family on the Roseland! We will explore the edible plant life on the way to the beach, then head over to the rock pools to see the jewels of the sea, from beautiful sea creatures like dahlia anemones to the colourful diversity of seaweeds.

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Menabilly hedgerow and
coastal forage

Just around the corner from Fowey, this walk has spectacular views towards the Gribben day marker, pretty hedgerows and a stunning bay at the end.

Bring your own picnic and swimwear to make the most of this gorgeous location! 

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