Early au­tumn…

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brings many plea­sures. For­ag­ing in fields and wood­land is great fun, with nuts, berries, mush­rooms and or­chard fruits pro­vid­ing a free bounty of wild food to cook with now or pre­serve for later. See Gill Meller’s Tastes of the Sea­sons (page 155) for recipe sug­ges­tions and list­ings for bushcraft cour­ses (page 33) if you’d like to learn more. Au­tumn in­spires our craft pro­jects this month (page 56) and we fea­ture gar­dens with colour­ful dis­plays even at this time of year (pages 134 and 146). We also meet a Cum­brian hill shep­herd (page 108), an Ox­ford­shire pump­kin farmer (page 100) and a Margate-based perfumer for whom sea­weed in­spired an orig­i­nal busi­ness (page 47). If you’re think­ing of launch­ing your own ven­ture, don’t miss our new bookazine Turn Your Hobby into a Busi­ness (see coun­tryliv­ing.co.uk/ktt for stock­ists). Sign up, too, for one of our ex­cit­ing new Build-a-busi­ness cour­ses – a great learn­ing and net­work­ing op­por­tu­nity. The feed­back from those who have taken part so far has been fan­tas­tic– see page 54 for more de­tails. We’d love you to join us!

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