Wild Food Foraging - Cultivating Skills &
Confidence through Inspiring Forays in Nature


Something Different in Each Season

Every season there is differing parts of each plant, new plants and varying nutritional benefits. This is what you could expect.

Covering leaves, shoots, tips, buds and early flower, seaweeds. Bursts of many vitamins and minerals.

Covering some greens, lots of flowers, seeds, some fruits and seaweeds. Some proteins, and sugars.

Covering lots of fruits, seeds, nuts, some greens and seaweeds. More carbohydrates and some protein.

Covering seeds, berries, roots, some greens, shoots and seaweeds. Carbohydrates and a variety of other nutrition.


Please read the following list to ensure you are prepared in comfort and safety.

  • Choose a walk to suit your mobility/fitness
  • Weather appropriate clothing E.g. Waterproofs, hat, gloves, warm layers, wind protection
  • Sturdy & comfortable walking shoes or boots (wellies or sturdy sandals maybe more suitable for beach/seashore walks)
  • Personal medication
  • Bottle of water or drink
  • Snacks (optional)
  • Sun lotion, insect repellent
  • Notebook and pen (optional)
  • Camera (optional)
  • Basket, bag, or container if intending to forage for cooking or to take home

Please visit the calendar to find out about scheduled walks/events or contact me if you would like a private foray.

Read the latest Blog Post:

Groundbreaking: New Seaweed Book

Finding Apple Mint/Wild MintLocal foraging with chefsForaging with ChefsSea Buckthorn Dessert
Wonderful, these tastes will stay with me for a long time. Tina

Upcoming events

Autumn Foraging Course - Sat 12th Nov, 10-1pm

Winter Foraging Course With Tasters - Sat 7th Jan, 10-1pm

Seaweed Foraging Course With Hot/warm Tasters - Fri 13th Jan, 10am-1pm

For more information on events, see the calendar.

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