Stories brought home from the wild
Look how beautiful wild food can be. And it's super healthy. Stunning violet and primrose flower salad made by @forage_brighton for our session with the Academy of Medical Science today.
Using fire and whittling to support a campfire conversation during a horizon scanning event for the Academy of Medical Science. A shiver runs down my spine when a cancer research fellow brings up the issue of being integrated humans and the need to be more connected with nature, and the effect of environmental factors on health, such as todays news of microplastics in bottles of water.
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Talking about the future of Alzheimers and cancer research casts long shadows. The start of horizon scanning with the Academy of Medical Science.
Around a fire in the wild with the Academy of Medical Science. The whittling is doing its job.
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Wild food, the outdoors, and a fire have an uncanny way of bringing people together.
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Explaining wild plants to medical researchers. The start of a foraging walk with @acmedsci #AMSHorizons
Returning to one of my favourite places. This time #Dartmoor is all about water. #makingsenseofplace #schoolofthewild #rain #water #venfordreservoir #wetshoes
Over the still world a bird calls. Patches of snow left on the Downs hopefully marking the end of winters icy grip.
Nigel Berman is the founder of School of the Wild.