Foraging Courses

Trip Dates
Gift Vouchers 01-11-2013 to 31-12-2019 More Details
Worcestershire, Near Pershore Autumn Foraging Courses 02-09-2017 to 22-10-2017 More Details
Cardiff, Wales Autumn Foraging Courses 03-09-2017 to 20-10-2017 More Details
Surrey, Horsell Common Autumn Foraging Courses 15-09-2017 to 27-10-2017 More Details
Shropshire, Ludlow, Mortimer Forest Autumn Foraging Courses 16-09-2017 to 21-10-2017 More Details
Surrey, Banstead Autumn Suburban Foraging Courses 16-09-2017 to 28-10-2017 More Details
Kent, Westerham Autumn Foraging Courses 17-09-2017 to 29-10-2017 More Details
Warwickshire, Coventry, Bubbenhall Wood Autumn Foraging Courses 23-09-2017 to 15-10-2017 More Details
Devon, Dartmoor Autumn Foraging Courses 29-09-2017 to 30-09-2017 More Details
Herefordshire Autumn Foraging and Fine Dining Course 03-10-2017 to 03-10-2017 More Details
New Forest, Hampshire Autumn Foraging Course 06-10-2017 to 08-10-2017 More Details
Gloucestershire, Stroud, Woodchester Park Autumn Foraging Course 14-10-2017 to 14-10-2017 More Details
Herefordshire, Ledbury Autumn Foraging Courses 14-10-2017 to 14-10-2017 More Details
West Midlands, Coventry, Oak Farm Autumn Foraging Courses 22-10-2017 to 22-10-2017 More Details
Cardiff, Wales Spring Foraging Courses 18-03-2018 to 27-04-2018 More Details
Worcestershire, Near Pershore Spring Foraging Courses 23-03-2018 to 06-05-2018 More Details
Wiltshire, Bath, Bradford-on-Avon Spring Foraging Courses 24-03-2018 to 02-06-2018 More Details
Surrey, Banstead Spring Foraging Courses 13-04-2018 to 26-05-2018 More Details
Surrey, Warlingham Spring Foraging Courses 14-04-2018 to 27-05-2018 More Details
Devon, Dartmoor Spring Foraging Courses 27-04-2018 to 28-04-2018 More Details
Devon, Exeter Spring Foraging Courses 29-04-2018 to 29-04-2018 More Details

We love wild food and we go foraging all year round but it georgeis a seasonal affair. In Spring there are plenty of hedgerow and coastal shoots around and a few special Fungi like Morels and St Georges Mushrooms. In Summer there are plenty of mature plants flowers and berries, with a slightly wider variety of Fungi. If you really want the best time of year for fungi, Autumn is when there is the greatest variety of species fruiting.

If you want a better understanding of the natural world around you, why not try a forage. On one of our courses you won’t just find food; you may catch a glimpse of a deer, hear a woodpecker, see a stoat or an owl or even find hidden waterfalls and signs of ancient life. A walk outside in the beautiful British countryside is one of the best experiences you can have.

Try out one of our listed courses above, or we can tailor trips to suit you. If you let us know what you are looking for we can choose the destination or we can come to you and help you explore what’s local to you.

Generally our trips work best with groups of up to 10 people though we can accommodate more. Kids are more than welcome but dogs might be more difficult depending on what you want to do.

Private Forays can be arranged over the phone for any date (excluding the pre-arranged dates above).

Things to Bring

Check the weather and dress appropriately; rain or wind will not stop us:
Decent walking boots (if you have them), if not an old pair of trainers will suffice;
A small pocket knife;
A small soft brush (for cleaning mushrooms);
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