I am the founder, editor, and publisher of Eatweeds, a foraging guide to the wild edible plants of Britain.
I started this site back in 2008 as a personal diary of what I was foraging on my daily walks in the countryside.
If you have a passion for plant-based foraging and wild food. Whether you are just starting out or have a few years under your belt. Then you’re in the right place.
Whether you’re a forager, herbalist or just love plants, then Plantopedia will take you on a fascinating journey into the plant world through their food, medicine and folklore.
Interested in edible seaweeds? Recently I published the Edible Seaweed Notebook.
If audio is “your thing”, then you’ll find the Eatweeds podcast here. Each show explores the relationship that humans have had with plants since we came into being.
As I say on my foraging courses (which were recently voted #1 by BBC Countryfile).
Plants are the foundation of human culture. Without them, humans simply would not exist.
It is my passion to help you become a safe, confident and knowledgeable forager.
To help you reconnect to the natural world through the simple act of gathering plants.
Foraging is an ancient art. A slow and graceful way to feed and sustain ourselves.
There is nothing more fulfilling than wandering around picking a bit here, a bit there.
Only to return home to prepare scrumptious food for loved ones and friends.
Nice things people have said
“Robin Harford is so passionate about foraging. What he doesn’t know about, it isn’t worth knowing about.” – Richard Corrigan / Chef and Great British Menu judge
“You transported us to a whole new level of awareness of the relationship that is possible with our natural environment. Your enthusiasm for this relationship with nature simply boils over in floods until we were soaked through to our very souls.” – Richard & Debbie Stansfield
“Robin is a brilliant communicator.” – Naomi Cleaver – Channel 4 & Sky TV Presenter
“Punk ambassador for the plant kingdom, Robin’s infectious encyclopedic enthusiasm is borne from complete commitment to his chosen field. He imparts practical wisdom with engaging confidence, nurturing embodied understanding to lay open the mysteries of the cornucopia at our feet.” – Michael Kusz
BBC Countryfile, BBC Good Food magazine, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, GQ, The Ecologist, Green Parent etc.