Wild Food Foraging - Cultivating Skills &
Confidence through Inspiring Forays in Nature

National Winner in the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2017; Rachel Lambert's book Seaweed Foraging in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, in the category Fish!

As seen on BBC2 Coastal Path, This Morning ITV, The Independent on Sunday, The Ecologist and much more...

Welcome!

New courses for 2018 now available.

Foraging is an accessible, enjoyable skill for all ages and abilities to learn. I've been teaching foraging since 2007, and share my experience of plants, seaweeds and recipes with new and experienced foragers.

I still love how it connects myself and others to the environment, nature and food. My approach is very hands on, with emphasis on practical and safe guidance for sustainable and satisfying foraging.


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Read the latest blog post

Winter Warming Sloe Treacle Tart

I was brought up in a family where puddings were the norm, well at least on Sundays anyway. My mum would pride herself in baking beauitful, sweet desserts, that as children, somehow we’d make room for them, in our already, full bellies. It’s true isn’t it -there’s a different stomach for the sweet stuff. As [...] read more

Read the latest Blog Post:

Winter Warming Sloe Treacle Tart

wild food, guided foraging walks, dandelion, taraxcum speciesCreating salads and wild chapatismedicinal plants, guided foraging walks, nasturiums, edible flowersSea Sandwort, Honckenya peploides
Rachel Lambert is a relaxing person to be around, with boundless knowledge of the most plentiful hedgerows. Sudi, Daily Express

Upcoming events

Winter Foraging Course With Tasters - Sun 14th Jan, 10-1pm

Seaweed Foraging Course With Tasters - Fri 2nd Feb, 11am-2pm

Coastal/hedgerow Foraging Course With Tasters - Sat 17th Feb, 10am-1pm

For more information on events, see the calendar.


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