Foraging Events Tralee
GortBrac Organic Farm & Eco Cabins have some cool events coming up including:
- 11 October: Mushroom Foraging with Jonathan Spazzi
Learn how to identify, find and cook wild mushrooms; includes a talk and foraging walk through local woods
- 18 October: Natural Cosmetics with Vivienne Campbell
Natural cosmetics are easy and enjoyable to make when you know how. Items such as lip balm, moisturisers, bath bombs and face scrubs can easily be made at home in your own kitchen. This practical course will show you how. Come along and pamper yourself and learn how to make gorgeous, natural products for yourself and loved ones!
- 08 November: Seaweed Harvesting and Cooking with John Fitzgerald
Learn how identify, sustainably harvest and cook seaweed; includes a talk, 10 course taster lunch, seashore foraging trip, seaweed bath pack and seaweed garden fertiliser!
Contact Cathy Eastman (085 7782289) to book places or for more details or check out their events page here >>
Wild Food Summer School in August Friday 8th, Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th
Blackstairs Eco Trails are holding a Wild Food Summer School in August Friday 8th, Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th.
The School will have debates, talks, big foraging sessions, cook ups and lots of fun. The School will be held in our renovated 1831 Barn with high Eco credentials looking out on the Blackstairs Mountains in South Carlow.
We have already lined up key note speakers such as Biddy White Lennon, noted Forager and author, Paddy Woodworth IrishTimes and author and Philip McCabe the Bee Man from Mooney Goes Wild as well as Mary Mulvey of EcoTourism Ireand.
On the Sunday we will have a Tapas style Wild Food lunch cooked up by a celebrity Chef.
- Friday 8th €70
- Saturday 9th €90
- Sunday 10th €70
- Booking in for all three days Friday 8th, Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th €210.
We will have lots of foraging to different locations, a big Wild Food debate on the Friday night, two keynote speakers plus cook ups on the Saturday and our Wild Food Lunch on Sunday.
More Info as we get it 🙂
Eco Tourism Events Ireland Jan-Feb 2014
It may be Winter but there’s still lot’s of fun outdoor activities that you can enjoy with our EAI members:
Mountain Skills Course
11th January 2014 – Two day course
01st February 2014 – Two day course
Lampshade (stained glass) and Jewelry (fused glass) weekend
Sat/Sun 22/23 Feb.
Gold Panning Every Saturday Pre-Booking Essential
Avoca Mines Walk -Saturdays and Sundays Pre-Booking Essential
Irish Seaweed Safari – Daily – Pre-Booking Essential
Sea Kayaking and Surfing – Daily – Pre-Booking Essential
Burren Walks and Climbing Days – Pre-Booking Essential