Foraging Classes

Education is a large part of what we do. We mean to teach people about what’s edible in their local landscape, and, in doing so, to help them see their world in a different way. On our guided walks and forays you’ll learn to identify some of the wild edibles you see every day, with a focus on sustainable harvesting techniques, recipes, and the history of foraging in the Bay Area.

Wild Mushroom Adventures

Explore the forest to find one of the most sought after of all wild foods, the elusive mushroom. Our expert guide Patrick Hamilton has over 40 years of mushroom hunting experience. 

Wild Food Walks

Take a walk in the park with Kevin Feinstein (a.k.a. Feral Kevin). You'll learn about the most common wild edibles in our area, and leave knowing what to eat (and what to avoid) on your next hike in the woods. 

Sea Foraging

A former fish-and-game warden, Kirk Lombard knows everything there is to know about the sea. You'll learn to catch crabs (the good kind!), throw a cast net, and track the mysterious Monkeyface Eel.


Foraged Cocktails Workshop

Learn how to make absinthe bitters using locally harvested plants, mix drinks, taste, and more in this hands-on workshop with Brian Wallace, teacher of all things botanical. 

Seaweed Foraging

Join Heidi Herrmann on a unique sunrise forage. You'll learn to identify and sustainably harvest nori, wakame, bladder wrack, and kombu to take home.

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Please note that we do not offer refunds or reschedules for any of our classes. You are, however, welcome to sell or gift your tickets.