Foraging is a great way to reduce anxiety, practice mindfulness and stay healthy. With many supermarket shelves being stripped of produce it is also a great way to replenish your food stores with tasty, nutritious, sustainable and easy to find wild edibles.
As long as the family and I are symptom free foraging walks will carry on as before. As we are outdoors it is a low risk activity, but I will be reducing group size as per government guidelines for the safety of my customers. If anyone has booked on an upcoming walk and has either any symptoms of the Coronavirus, self-isolating due to health issues, or are just concerned, I am happy for you to postpone and can give you a gift voucher valid for two years. As a family we feel it is our social responsibility to self-isolate as much as possible so to avoid becoming carriers to the vulnerable. We haven’t been attending our usual Home Education groups for the last month, we have cancelled this week’s family holiday, and will postpone any future attendance at Cub Scouts and social gatherings. We still need to visit supermarkets because the kids won’t use leaves as toilet roll and we don’t have a stash of foraged home brew wine! I wanted to include this information so all my guests can make an informed decision about the risk level of currently attending a foraging walk.