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Planning An Eco Hen Party

  How To Plan A Hen Party For Nature Lovers So, you’ve been tasked with organising a hen do?  As if that’s not hard enough, I’ve watched thousands of groups over ten years of running hen party activities and can understand its akin to herding cats, or to stuffing an ...

Solo Hike and Forage - The Bliss Of Walkers Solitude

Wild Harvest School of Self-Reliance Published by Di Page on 3 Nov 2020 Facebook   Early morning solo hike. A quick 2.5 hour walk, taking in some deep breaths, and gentle hills. Nibbled on beet tops (not just for livestock), ate some sloes in the best w...

I'm Not A Pheasant Plucker But...

Look away if you are veggie/vegan please .   A surprise gift in exchange for some home made soap today followed by a messy distraction from computer work . A lot of people just like to cut out the breasts of pheasant, but peeling loses the essential fatty acids in the skin ie warmth ...

UK Wild Chai Tea

Realised I hadn’t shown you this picture yet. These are the ingredients for my home made local chai. My politics don’t allow me to photograph food I’m also not very foodie, but I can still share some of the things I have in jars in my kitchen. So, if you like spiced teas...

What is Permaculture?

Hello So, I love teaching Permaculture!  Have you heard of Permaculture?  What does the word mean to you?  During the first lockdown I decided to do a video of my take on what it means to me...  here it is! Learn with me? Buy my e-books: Wild Food How To Be More Self-Reli...

The oak can give us food, drink, toothbrushes, medicine, dye, ink and direction.

The oak tree is in danger, find out about the numerous ways we can benefit from its products, in the hope that we can learn to make it relevant again after it's role in building our nation has demised and our subsequent neglect of it has seen a sixth of oak become endangered. The oak can give us ...

Preserving Raw Eggs Without Electricity

The unveiling of the raw duck eggs, after six months at room temperature using my version of an old sailor method of preservation... Hope you enjoy it, Love, Di x Learn with me? Buy my e-books: Wild Food How To Be More Self-Reliant Naturally Join an online  course in: Foraging Wild...

Reviews of the Wild Harvest Introduction to Foraging Walk

We have collected reviews from various sources, from our Introduction to Wild Food Foraging walks, and stored them here.  

Foraging Walk Live Around Wild Harvest

Part Two. Please watch Part One first HERE The second in the free, lockdown videos, this facebook live introduces you to 13 plants that were growing last July on the Wild Harvest tipi site. Hope you enjoy it,  Di x P.S Learn with me and help keep sustainable education alive?! Buy my e-...

How To Make Your Own Toothpaste

Here is a video I did for a facebook live, on making your own toothpaste from the natural resources around you. Hope you enjoy it,  Di x P.S Learn with me and help keep sustainable education alive?! Buy my e-books: Wild Food How To Be More Self-Reliant Naturally Join an online&nb...