“Foraging” certainly implies a degree of searching, and some wild plants can take a good bit of finding. But it is much more efficient and rewarding to learn to recognise resources that are hidden in plain sight close to home.
A reminiscence exploring culture, food and foraging in rural Russia in the 1950’s, by Eslande Goode Ramos
As foraging grows more popular, some public bodies have moved to try to ban it in certain areas. But is this practical, legal, or even helpful in a world that already undervalues the natural world?
As part of a series of articles exploring attitudes to foraging in a world set on consuming itself, wild food teacher Mark Williams explores its potential role in the rewilding movement.
Foraging for commercial gain gets a lot of stick from foragers and non-foragers alike. Is it really a problem?