Slow foraging tasting workshop


Breslavia, Poland

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October 8th at 16:00 in your time zone

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Slow Food Dolny Slask Convivium and the members of the Chwastozercy group seek to promote knowledge of foraged food, ancient uncultivated plants and other resources that go beyond farming and gardening techniques.

Nowadays, as people wish to be more independent from the regular food system, interest in the so-called wild edibles is growing very fast. The knowledge of uncultivated food meets the loss of relationship with nature and Mother Earth, along with social and family liaisons. Therefore, this event aims to stress the urgent need to increase people’s awareness of what was once considered food and that current regulations and the agricultural industry do not consider as such anymore. This series of taste workshops will be held in a few different places to underline the geographical formula of this edition of Terra Madre Salone del Gusto: the mountains and hills areas, the plains, coastal communities and inland waters and urban areas.

This first taste workshop will take place in the urban forest of Wroclaw, capital of the Lower Silesia province.

Event upon pre-registration, get your ticket here. For further information on the event, click here. Event organized by the Slow Food Dolny Slask Convivium and the members of the Chwastozercy group.

Financed by European Union. “The contents of this event are the sole responsibility of the author and the EASME is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.”

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Event languages: EN, PL

Event location: 
Poland - Breslavia, Wroclaw Urban Forest
- Breslavia (Poland)

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