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Foraging Pouches, Metal detecting or Paintball

Foraging Pouches, Metal detecting or Paintball

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Foraging Pouches, Metal detecting, Paintball or Belt Waist Pouch

This is not a toy!

Pouch Features (All measurements are approximate):

  • Adjustable Elastic Draw Cord Opening into the pouch.
  • With the Elastic Draw Cord pulled in it helps secure the contents into the pouch. (See Pictures)
  • Attachment straps allow you to attach the pouch to your belt, vest or pack.
  • One front pocket 2 side pockets (See Pictures)
  • One internal small pocket with hook and loop (See Picture of lining pulled out)

Specifications (Approximate measurements):

  • High 203mm (8 inches)
  • Width 140mm (5.5 inches)
  • Depth 64mm (2.5 inches)
  • Weighs only 140g (4.9 Oz)


Foraging is the act of gathering wild food resources from nature. This can include plants, fruits, nuts, berries, mushrooms, and even insects and small animals. Foraging has been a way of life for humans throughout history, and many people still practice it today as a way to connect with nature, reduce their ecological footprint, and enjoy fresh, locally-sourced food.

Foraging can be done in various environments, including forests, fields, mountains, and even urban areas. It's important to note that foraging should be done responsibly and ethically, with respect for the environment and its inhabitants. Some guidelines for responsible foraging include:

  1. Learn to identify plants and mushrooms: Before foraging, it's important to educate yourself on the types of plants and mushrooms that are safe to eat and those that are poisonous. A field guide or a knowledgeable foraging expert can be a helpful resource.
  2. Respect the environment: Avoid damaging or destroying plants, trees, and other natural resources while foraging. Take only what you need and leave the rest for others and for the animals that rely on them for food and shelter.
  3. Obtain necessary permits: In some areas, foraging may be prohibited or require a permit. Be sure to research local regulations before foraging.
  4. Practice food safety: Make sure to properly clean and prepare any wild food that you collect to avoid the risk of food-borne illness.

Overall, foraging can be a fun and rewarding activity, but it's important to approach it with respect, knowledge, and responsibility.

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