Women Walk the City: Foraging with FeeBee Foran

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Meeting Point: Herbert Park, Dublin, Saturday 4th February

Join Herbalist & owner of Forager.ie, Feebee Foran for a fun and engaging foraging walk through Herbert Park and discover just how “Ditch Witchery” can add a new-found joy to your life as we walk, forage and learn about the amazing wild weeds growing at our feet. You don’t need to be an avid gardener to enjoy this walk – all you need is an interest in nature.

Together will discover and deep dive the wild herbs that grow in abundance in an urban setting amidst the biodiverse landscape of Herbert Park, giving you an insight into plant identification, understanding their uses, their lore and why they are so important to us. Touch, taste (if you wish) and learn how to forage in a way that both utilizes and protects nature. From healthy teas, homemade skincare and delicious recipes, you’ll pick up amazing life enhancing tips to try at home.

Plus, learn the importance of our wild weeds in Irish folklore, plant medicine and the symbology connecting nature to the Celtic White Goddess or St Brigid.

– Walk will last approx 90 mins
– Goodie bag with 2 snacks and Dandelion coffee
– Attendee’s must have tickets in advance of the walk

Presented to you by Brigit: Dublin City Celebrating Women, a Dublin City Council inititaive.

Saturday 4th February
11:00am-12:30pm & 13:30 - 15:00
Herbert Park, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Herbert Park, Dublin, Ireland

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