Wild Plants and Medicinals

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Want to know what you can eat in the woods? This is a great class for anyone who wants to learn about the most common wild foods, medicinal plants, and edible flowers in the Bay Area. Classes are held in parks in SF and the East Bay. Each class lasts about two hours and is suitable for the novice and veteran forager alike. Learn about the wild food you see on San Francisco restaurant menus—everything from miner’s lettuce to wild radish flowers.

Your guide Kevin Feinstein (a.k.a. Feral Kevin) is an author, teacher, forager and naturalist residing in the Bay Area. Author of The Bay Area Forager and Crash Course in Wild Mushroom Foraging
he’s been leading wild food walks for ForageSF for over five years, and foraging for decades.

EAST BAY:  $50


Upcoming Class Schedule: Various weekend and weekday dates, year-round. There are generally 2-3 classes each month. Click the above "Book It!" button to view all available calendar dates. 

Cost: $50 - $60 per person, plus booking fee

Duration: 2 hours (10am - 12pm or 12pm - 2pm)

Meeting Spot: Secret location (will be e-mailed a week before the walk).

When you book, you are accepting the terms in the release form linked below:

ForageSF Release Form

*Please note that we do not accept cancellations within 14 days of the class. You're welcome to sell or gift your tickets to a friend—just imagine how excited they'll be!

To hear what some of our past walkers have to say, check out our Yelp reviews.

Photos by Robin Jolin and Andria Lo