If you’re looking for something a little different… a unique birthday gift, stag or hen party, corporate event, or simply want to deepen your understanding of wild edible plants, then you might want to consider booking me for a private forage.

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Here is what folks have to say…

“The rest of the hen weekend was brilliant thanks, but the highlight really was the forage. I can’t believe how lucky we were with the weather. We were all amazed at how many edible plants you showed us in such a small area and it was fascinating to learn how to prepare and cook them as well as the history behind them and their medicinal properties. We shall never look at a nettle the same way again! And of course we had great fun cooking up and eating our bounty – they were truly delicious. A huge thanks from all the hens – we’ll be spreading the foraging word!” – Amelia Bailey

“Thanks so much for such an amazing weekend at the beginning of June. It was even better than I expected (and I had very high hopes) but I’m really keen to spend more time learning from you. Wojtek my now husband is also keen to attend as well as the friends that were present and others that weren’t. Obviously keep a close eye on your newsletter and will be in touch looking for dates once the dust has settled on the move. So glad to have met you!” – Shantini Rice

Thanks so much Robin. My elderly parents are still raving about the amazing time they spent with you. And have been foraging around their house and garden since. I can’t thank you enough for the experience!” – Susan Maher

“Armed with jars of pickled acorns, ramsons (wild garlic) paste, nettle cordial and wild strawberry vinagarette, Robin arrived to host a day of wild, raw plant food foraging with me here in Suffolk. Robin doesn’t just teach about “survival”, but “thrival”… we identified enough wild edible plants on the estuary and hedgerow to prepare a veritable feast of raw vegan foods… sea purslane with its natural salty taste became a delicious pesto…. a salad of rose petals, wild mustard greens, marsh samphire & assorted leaves was a feast for the eyes and palate. Robin’s knowledge of plants goes beyond the tangible & into the world of interconnection between us and nature. One day spent in his company left us all wishing he was with us for a week & not just a day, eager to soak up more of the plant speak & medicine. The planet needs more teachers like Robin, it could become essential to our thrival!” – Jenny Yemaya Cook, rawdolphins.com