New Foraging Courses for 2024 On Sale!
We have some Spring Hedgerow Foraging Days in Central Scotland and Autumn Wild Mushroom Days in Perthshire now on sale, so if you are buying someone a Foraging Voucher for Christmas they can book on a course early. I will also be adding some of my Seaweed Forages shortly as soon as I’ve checked the tide tables! I’ve also opened booking for next summer’s Solstice Wilderness Crossing – it’s a small group, so do make sure you book early. Sign up to my newsletter to get all the latest course information!
Learn to forage with Mo or wild food expert, Matthew Rooney. Discover delicious wild vegetables and edible trees. Find out how to identify common plants, learn about their use as wild foods, in drinks and crafts, and sample their unusual tastes…
The Wildbiome™️ Project
The Wildbiome Project™️ involved members of the Association of Foragers participating in a citizen science research study. They ate only wild food for either 3 months or 1 month. They were monitored for changes in body composition, blood tests for health markers. Their gut microbiome was also tested against a reference control of people eating normal shop-bought food. What we want to know is what would happen to our bodies if we had to go back to eating only wild food?
If anyone would like to take part in The Wildbiome™️ Project 2025 please get in touch and ask to be put on The Wildbiome™️ Project 2025 list – to be contacted when there’s more certainty (aka funding!). Keep up to date with it all by signing up to my newsletter and following me on Twitter • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest and if you can, please donate to the Wildbiome™️ Project so we can fund the continuing research.
The Wilderness Cure is out in paperback!
I am thrilled that The Wilderness Cure is now out in paperback and is available from all good bookshops! To learn more about it, click here.
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