Harvesting the Wilderness

Interested in picking up a wild food habit? Find books, classes, tips, and more to help you find safe, sustainable fare in uncultivated landscapes.

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Want to pick up some “wild” eating habits? Throughout the fall, we’ll share books, classes, tips, and more to help you find safe, sustainable fare in uncultivated landscapes near you.


Asparagus

Would You Like Weeds with That?

In 1964, the Post joined outdoorsman Euell Gibbons as he foraged wild foods for lunch near his farm in Pennsylvania. Read more »

Mushrooms

Something Wild: An Adventure in Foraging

Writer Andrea Cooper finds foraging for food is as satisfying to the soul as it is to the belly.
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Man holding acorns picked from the forest floor

Finders Keepers: Foraging Tips for Beginners

Notable foraging experts offer tips on how to get started.
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Find a guide: Before heading into the wild on the hunt for your next meal, seek out a foraging expert who can teach you in a class, on a tour, or one on one. (Catalin Petolea/Shutterstock)

Foraging Classes and Tours

Find foraging experts near you who can guide you on a wild food adventure of your own.
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