Foraging and Natural Navigation with Back to Wilderness at Sutton Hoo

Discover more about the natural resources that surround us and explore the landscape of Sutton Hoo as the Anglo-Saxons did with Back to Wilderness.

Foraging is an activity that is so much more than seeking food. Natural resources can be used for a variety of daily uses including plants used for dyeing cloth through to the wide array of tree species that grow here and the different objects their timber can be used for.

Natural navigation is the art of finding your way through the landscape using features including the sun, plants and animals. It's not just a way of reaching a destination but also gives the chance to connect with nature.

Ray Chin established Back to Wilderness to provide bushcraft, survival and wilderness courses in 2015 after escaping a hectic city life. He is now an accredited instructor in the field and is also qualified in a range of subjects including charcoal making, coppicing, animal tracking and primitive crafts.

Image: GTS Photography

Event name:
Foraging and Natural Navigation with Back to Wilderness at Sutton Hoo
Price:
£18.00 per person
Opening Hours:
One off