Foraging Is an Ancient Art. A Slow, Gentle Way to Feed and Heal Ourselves and Our Communities

Eatweeds Newsletter

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Foraging can be a deep journey into Self. A gentle way to ‘get out of your head and come to your senses.’

A way to experience the world and the plant kingdom through new eyes. A wondrous journey into wildness that comes from walking the Green Path.

Foraging reawakens your senses and helps you gain a greater appreciation of Nature and your place in the natural cycles and rhythms of life.

In the Eatweeds Newsletter, I share my wealth of knowledge about wild plants and the importance of contemplative plant-focused practices on remembering ourselves and reconnecting back to the living earth.

Welcome to the beautiful, mysterious world of plants.

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Who is Robin Harford?

Robin Harford is a wild food educator, plant historian and contemplative. He has published numerous foraging guide books.

He established his wild food foraging school in 2008, and his foraging courses were recently voted #1 in the country by BBC Countryfile.

Robin is the creator of eatweeds.co.uk, which is listed in The Times Top 50 websites for food and drink.

He has travelled 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 regularly appears on national and local radio and television. He has been recommended in BBC Good Food magazine, Sainsbury’s magazine as well as in The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph etc.

He is a member of the Association of Foragers, the Society of Economic Botany and the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland.

BBC Countryfile, BBC Good Food magazine, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, GQ, The Ecologist, Green Parent etc.