How can you grow roots if you never eat from the soil? Mamakan, a botanical artist of nordic heritage, invites you to ponder about roots and ancestry.
Learn how to identify native edible plants from their look, touch, taste and smell. Set yourself and family up for a higher level of wellbeing by investing in your bushcraft skills and knowledge.
Part art installation, part cooking lesson, part nature walk, the Art of Foraging workshop explores new dimensions of wisdom, wonder and wellbeing.
Saturday July 3
Morning 10-1pm (adult-only group) - FULLY BOOKED
Afternoon 2-5pm (adult-only group) - FULLY BOOKED
Sunday July 4
Morning 10-1pm (adult-only group) - PRIVATE EVENT
Afternoon 2-5pm (adult-only group) -FULLY BOOKED
Venue: Titirangi Rudolf Steiner School, 5 Helios Place, Titirangi, Auckland 0604
Fee: 129$ (from 16 yrs and above). Tickets include all tastings of food and drinks, printed maps and materials and a goody bag for you to take home.
Proceeds will help seed fund a Native Kitchen Garden and Cookbook.
UPDATE: If you cannot make this weekend, please reserve your tickets now for the walks on 31st July or 1st August here. Or, alternatively, book a private walk for 1-6 people at your prefered time and place? Email Mamakan at firstname.lastname@example.org.