As seen on Channel 5's 'Winter on the Farm' Join a friendly group or take a private tour with friends and family to kick-start your foraging journey in Kent. Get in touch to come foraging in 2024!
Public Tours - Woodland and Kent Coast
Next dates: Private groups Sept, Oct, Nov or prebook for 2024. Children under 12 go free!
Message to book!
If you have a community group, feel free to contact me for a private tour tailored to your group's interests - suitable for children and adults groups. Ice cream adventures, folklore tales and scavenger hunts... anything is possible! All abilities welcome and no experience required - local to Herne Bay, Whitstable or Canterbury Kent
AMARA, MAY 2023
I had a wonderful time learning from Amy. She is knowledgeable, friendly, and I learned so much. I got to know over 10 new edible species, and became a much more confident forager after this morning. Thanks a bunch, Amy!
AIMEE - december 2022
Amy is great - knowledgeable, friendly and authentic - genuinely cares for the planet and being sustainable. She shares all she knows with humour and care. A wonderful experience
ian, july 2022
A friend and I both took our two girls on a foraging course and wow what a lovely morning, we all learnt so much. We had no idea you could eat so much of what is around us.
ROSALIND, AUGUST 2022
Joined Amy for the Bramble Ramble, Loved every minute of exploring the hedgerows of a local park, and the hour flew by so quickly! Never knew there were so many edibles in such a small place that I would normally walk straight past.
carrie, december 2022
We recently attended Amy's Christmas foraging event and really enjoyed it. Amy is very knowledgeable and shared lots of useful information with us. I made my first lot of Rosehip syrup yesterday which tastes amazing!
kerry, august 2022
I booked my daughter and husband on to the Elderberry Woodland Walk event. They had such a great time foraging and learned so much!
We are all looking forward to attending a future event.
michelle, september 2021
Amy is very knowledgeable and engaging. She gave great tips and appealed to both the 7 year old and the 70 year old in our group. Would definitely recommend.
sustainable foraging and beyond
Every tour has sustainability to heart. Learning about Kent's wild food is a fantastic way to become more engaged in nature. The sign of a fantastic forager is that no one knows you've been doing so.
Identifying the mint family with Reculver Brownies