Why not come on a relaxing wild edible plant walk, and discover Nature’s hidden larder in the city, hedgerow, riverbanks, and on the coast.
Wild food is the ultimate in ‘local’ and ‘seasonal’ produce and historically has always been a source of food for country people.
Foraging re-awakens your senses so you gain a greater appreciation of Land and your place in the natural cycles and rhythms of life.
“We absolutely loved the course: fascinating and deeply therapeutic. Robin is a brilliant communicator and his courses are excellent value for money too.” Naomi Cleaver – Channel 4 & Sky TV Presenter
“Thank you so much for teaching us so much about foraging. It was very inspiring for the whole team, and we will definitely put the knowledge into practice.” Peter & Juliet Kindersley – Owners of Neal’s Yard Remedies
What To Expect On Your Foraging Course
On your foraging course or walk, you will be shown how to identify wild edible plants, as well as learn the different plant stories, their nutritional values, their folklore, mystery and history.
A minimum of 20 edible wild plants are usually covered.
About Robin Harford
He gathers wild edible plants on a daily basis, and is the creator of the UK’s leading wild food site eatweeds.co.uk, which is listed in The Times Top 50 websites for food and drink.
Robin has been writing, filming, publishing and teaching people about their local edible landscape since 2008. Recently his foraging courses where voted #1 in the country by BBC Countryfile.
He is also a co-director of Plants & Healers International, a non-profit that connects people, plants and healers around the world.
He travels extensively documenting and recording the traditional and local uses of wild food plants in indigenous cultures, and his work has taken him to Africa, India, SE Asia, Europe and the USA.
Robin has taught foraging at Eden Project, appeared on BBC2’s Edwardian Farm, Soul Seekers TV series, appeared on national and local BBC radio and been recommended in BBC Good Food magazine, Sainsbury’s magazine as well as in The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, GQ, The Ecologist and Green Parent, to name a few.