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

How I got into Foraging

Despite being brought up in the city, my early memories are of nature; sitting in a field and talking an imaginary language, going down to see the ‘catkins’ on the tree at the bottom of the garden, and picking armfuls of bluebells to take back to my mother from the nearby wood. I seemed to [...] read more

Read the latest Blog Post:

How I got into Foraging

Teaching Wrack SeaweedsSea Sandwort, Honckenya peploideswild food, guided foraging walks, family, coastal pathHandful of Rock Samphire
Rachel Lambert is a relaxing person to be around, with boundless knowledge of the most plentiful hedgerows. Sudi, Daily Express

Upcoming events

Nature And Body Retreat Day ~ lungs/breath/environment - Sat 3rd Mar, 10-5pm

Seaweed Foraging Course With Tasters - Sun 4th Mar, 11am-2pm

Early Spring Foraging Course With Tasters - Fri 23rd Mar, 2-5pm

For more information on events, see the calendar.


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