Learn right, 
first time

I believe that gathering wild food is not about survival, it's about freedom and bliss.


But, only if you're taught right, first time! If not, the effects of being poisoned can be very painful, sometimes fatally so.


With so many new people now teaching wild food identification, it can be hard to know if their level of knowledge is enough to always keep you safe.


When the risks are so high, it's wise to put your trust in someone who has taught over 3,000 people, of all abilities, over two decades. 


30 years ago, I learned from Aborigines, Bushmen and Pygmies on my walk around the world.  


When I returned to Britain, I applied their hunter-gatherer logic here. It lead me to a long forgotten migration route that's still in our landscape today, giving us a never ending supply of wild food, all year round, if you know how to find it


Each plant provides us with the nutrients we need in the season it's ready to be eaten. And if we know how to gather them, twice as much will grow back in our wake. 


We fit perfectly into Nature and the more we gather, the more grows back so there's always wild food for tomorrow. 


Come on a wild food walk with me, and I'll teach you the hunter-gatherer way of wild food identification to always keep you safe, giving you the confidence for a life-time of wild food adventures, no matter where you are.


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