Tendrils of thought and shifting intention onwards.

‘Gather some washed up cuttlefish bone the next time you hit the coast. Grind out the bone – it becomes powder – with a cut-throat razor. Forage some wild fennel seeds, and crush them using a mortar and pestle. Mix both together and you’ve got yourself a toothpaste that keeps your teeth clean, your breath…

Foraging in Guernsey…Footloose and foraging free

D’Arcy spent time with Neil Sowerby and here’s his article…… http://www.liverpoolconfidential.co.uk/travel/footloose-and-foraging-free-in-Guernsey ‘D’ARCY Brimson flickers a fire into life with a flint. We’re out on the rocks below Guernsey’s Fort Grey Shipwreck Museum on Roquaine Bay. All around is seaweed that forager D’Arcy and his partner Tara put to any number of culinary uses but our…

Permaculture gathering in Guernsey

We started a ‘Growing Community’ group here at WildGuernsey where we’d meet around the wheel of the year and cycle of the sun (Solstice, Imbolc etc.), make no-dig beds, tend to seedlings, eat together, chat over weeds, grow food if we were lucky! After observing this group and interacting, I realised that it is not…