Category: Foraging

wild weaving

Embrace the art of “wild weaving” and transform foraged ivy vines into a beautiful and functional basket! Perfect for gathering nature’s bounty, this all-natural craft is a rewarding and sustainable way to connect with the natural world. Whether you’re a seasoned basket weaver or a curious beginner, this guide will…

Come along on a delightful springtime foraging adventure in the enchanting South West England! Get ready to explore the bountiful landscapes, uncover hidden treasures, and embark on a culinary journey like no other. In this article, we will delve into the world of foraging, discovering where to find these natural…

dandelion roots which have been washed

While foraging can encompass a wide range of edible plants, one particularly fascinating aspect is foraging for roots. Edible tubers, in particular, are nature’s hidden treasure trove of both health and flavor. In this article, I will delve into the world of foraging for roots, exploring the benefits, legal considerations,…

Foraging for wild mushrooms is a captivating and fulfilling activity that allows individuals to intimately connect with nature and discover an array of delectable edible treasures. In the United Kingdom, the British Isles are home to a staggering 15,000 species of wild mushrooms or fungi, with abundant growth in woodlands…

We’re Foraging in March, the weather is slowly warming up and flowers are starting to bloom but the weather can vary across the country and further north there’s still a risk of snow. The Anglo-Saxon name for the month was Hlyd monath meaning stormy month. If the weather is terrible…