Call us on: 07876 794098
Foraging & Wild Cooking

We host a programme of inspirational and engaging courses covering foraging for wild food and wilderness cookery techniques.

Whether you’re new to the world of foraging and wild food or you already have a basic understanding and want to take your skills further, then our courses will have something to offer you.

Our 3 core aims are:

increase your confidence

To increase your confidence in correctly identifying wild foods.


To give you direct experience of using wild food as cooking ingredients to make mouth-watering meals.


To enable you to make smart choices about when and where to gather, so you can be an ethical and sustainable forager.

Our programme of adult courses is designed for:

Newcomers to the world of foraging.

Anyone with a basic understanding of foraging looking to enhance their skills.

Outdoor Activity Leaders & Forest School Practitioners who want to improve their wild food skillset for teaching others.

We love campfire cooking

We love campfire cooking; the smell of woodsmoke, the crackle of flames and the anticipation of a hot, tasty meal after a day outdoors. Our courses cover using wilderness cookery techniques including Dutch Oven cooking. You will discover the secrets of these backwoods ovens to cook up a variety of delicious meals from freshly baked breads, to bubbling pot roasts, to scrummy desserts.


If you’re an Event Organiser then we can bring our Foraging Workshops and Wild Cooking Demonstrations to your event as part of an exciting programme of activities. We have hosted our popular workshops at Food Festivals, County Fairs and Music Festivals. For more information on this, hop over to our Festival Workshops page by clicking the button below.

Thank you James for the brilliant Trees In Winter walk you did with the mindfulness in nature group on Saturday.

I found zoning in on the trees to work out what they are (even if i am still rubbish at it) really helpful in terms of getting into a mindful state of mind as it gives a focus that then can be expanded.

I suffer from GAD and although my meds make a huge difference (and i would never advocate people coming off anything, any more than i would advocate an insulin dependent person come of insulin), in terms of dealing with anxiety attacks and feeling generally better, It helps me get off the “thought carousel “. If only for a while. It seems to work better than some other techniques i stuggled with, due to difficulty in maintaining concentration, although lots of Lea’s visualisations work well too.

Plus it is awesome to investigate and know what is around you!

The Mindfulness in Nature Course has been superb and i have already learnt so much. For anyone who wants to explore this or just curious about the natural world, this couple offer the perfect balance of skills to give the best experience possible!

I an currently in a Park in Amsterdam before an important meeting and what am i doing? Identifying trees!

Thanks both , see you soon!

Maria Wiblin-Moreno

mindfulness in nature
Social Share Buttons and Icons powered by Ultimatelysocial