Eatweeds Foraging Guide to the Wild Edible Plants of Britain

Learn To Become a Confident, Safe and Knowledgeable Forager

Foraging for wild food is an ancient art. A slow and graceful way to feed and sustain ourselves

The very act of foraging for wild edible plants is deeply healing and transformative.

Its benefits extend far beyond simply putting food on the table. It opens you up to the mystery and wonder of Life.

There is nothing more fulfilling than wandering around picking a bit here, a bit there. Crushing. Smelling. Nibbling.

Only to return home and prepare scrumptious food for loved ones and friends.

What Folk Are Saying

“You write so beautifully and so clearly about the wonderful, mysterious feeling you get when you go out into nature and collect the food that grows naturally around us.” – Hannah Scott

“Thank you so much for all your kindness and wisdom – learning about nature is such a huge pleasure, and reading your work is making me so happy.” – Georgie Colquhoun

“I have just found your website and my imagination is exploding this morning! Thank you for sharing your incredible recipes with a world so desperate to get back to what the earth offers us.” – Alison Daniels

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About The Forager

Robin HarfordRobin Harford is a professional forager, ethnobotanical researcher, wild food educator and sensory botanist.

He has been teaching people about their local edible landscape since 2008.

His foraging courses were recently voted #1 by BBC Countryfile.

Robin travels extensively documenting and recording the traditional and local uses of wild food plants in indigenous cultures, and more recently his work has taken him to Africa, India, SE Asia and Europe.

He is a co-director of Plants & Healers International, a non-profit that connects people, plants and healers around the world.