- May 10, 2021
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Herb Histories: Birch – Wine, Oil and Tar

Deep-rooted and deeply-rooted within the European landscape, the Birch tree has been a part of the natural landscape since before there were written records of history. It's called a pioneer species meaning that it easily inhabits barren environments, and is one of the first trees that appeared after the final Ice Age. It's presence ...
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- March 7, 2020
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Forage on a Farm

Discover the shoots and greens of Spring as you forage the meadows, woods and hedgerows of Woodland an organic farm nestled in the Sussex countryside. Grow your knowledge on different plant properties that make them valuable food & medicine. Make tonics, macerated oils and salves with renowned herbalist Julia Behrens. Create a foraged lunch ...
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