Living With The Land - Part 9 - 21st Century Foraging

Permaculture People
Friday, 4th September 2015

Wild food experimentalist and passionate educator Fergus Drennan has been foraging for over 25 years.

By following the traditions of foraging for wild foods, medicinals and building materials, we can reconnect with our landscapes, learning to live in tune with nature. Fergus brings this tradition into the modern world through his experimental techniques such as making paper from bracket mushrooms and syrups from bullrushes.

Fergus shows some common, yet wonderful plants that are not only edible, but are tasty and high in nutrients and anti-oxidants as well as introducing us to more of his experimental work.

Narrated by Bruce Parry, award-winning film maker, explorer, and indigenous rights advocate.

Produced by Permaculture People for Permaculture magazine

Logo designed by HIP Permaculture

For more information about Fergus Drennan and his work visit: http://fergustheforager.co.uk

Living with the Land | The Films

'Living with the Land' is a series of nine short online films free to view and distribute. Please share the link far and wide! Produced by Permaculture People for Permaculture magazinethe films showcase the people and projects in the UK designing ecologically sound and regenerative land based practices. The films will be released to coincide with the build-up to the 12th International Permaculture Convergence, in London this September organised by the Permaculture Association www.permaculture.org.uk/join

To see all nine films see www.permaculture.co.uk/living-with-the-land

More about Foraging

A guide to fungi foraging

Foraging for wild food & medicinal plants - brassicas plant profile

Introducing the Plantains - multi-yielding plants for a permaculture system

Food for Free by Richard Mabey

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