Are You Tired of Not Being Able to Identify Wild Edible Plants?

Devon Foraging Courses - Robin Harford

Here’s how to fast-track your plant identification skills so you can quickly become a safe, confident forager

Hi, I’m Robin Harford, and I’ve been teaching foraging full-time since 2008. I’ve taught in the UK, Europe, USA, India and Thailand.

My in-person events are always fully booked, with a waiting list in the thousands.

So in 2023, I am running a series of online foraging courses for folks who cannot make my in-person events.

The Eatweeds Spring Online Foraging Course, is a four-week class starting on Monday, 10th April 2023

I created this online course specifically for people who want to become safe, confident and knowledgeable foragers.

It’s like having me right by your side as your personal plant guide.

If you’ve read the books and the websites and still need something more, then this online foraging course will help you succeed.

Through weekly practices, motivation, inspiration, a 24/7 community, and live Zoom Q&A sessions for discussion and questions.

I provide the structure you need to deepen your connection with plants and the rest of the natural world. I look forward to getting to know you.

To find out more, please enter your name and email address in the form below. And shortly, I’ll drop you an email with full details on what the course will cover.

About Robin Harford

I established my wild food foraging school in 2008, and my foraging courses are listed at the top of BBC Countryfile’s ‘Best foraging courses in the UK’.

I am the creator of Michelin chef Richard Corrigen recommended this site for inclusion in The Times Top 50 Websites For Food and Drink.

I have travelled extensively, documenting and recording wild food plants’ traditional and local uses in indigenous cultures. My work has taken me to Africa, India, SE Asia, Europe and the USA.

Occasionally I appear on national and local radio and television.

My work has been recommended in BBC Good Food magazine, Sainsbury’s magazine, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, etc.

I am also a member of the Society for Ethnobotany and the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland.