Summer Foraging


Foraging is a great way to get outdoors, learn more about native plants, experiment with new flavours, and become more connected to your local ecosystem. Learn how to safely identify and cook wild summer edibles at this introductory workshop. Foraging for wild berries, edible plants, shoots, and leaves in the summer is fun, easy and great for families, foodies, and hikers alike. Come learn everything you need to know to safely gather, prepare, and cook unique flavours found only in nature. We will learn about cattails, liquorice fern, nettles, berries, wild chamomile or whatever we find on our walk. This is an identification walk only (no picking) and it includes a sampling of wild edibles and discussion with our wildcraft expert Robin Kort. This beginner level workshop will cover the following:
  1. How to safely identify and gather wild summer edibles
  2. Practical identification experience and a guided forest walk with Robin during the workshop
  3. Preparing and cooking wild summer edibles

About the Instructor

robin-kortChef Robin Kort is a professional wildcraft guide and owner of Swallow Tail Culinary Adventures. She has worked alongside some of the city’s best chefs from Hawksworth to Chef Andrea Carlson of Burdock & Co. She is a member of the Vancouver Mycological Society and has been running wild mushroom foraging trips and cooking classes for 6 years. Chef Robin has been interviewed for her food and wine expertise on the Food Network with Bob Blummer, CBC with Steven Quinn, Montecristo Magazine, Vancouver Magazine, the Huffington Post, Conde Nast Traveller and the Globe and Mail.

Date and Time

Saturday, July 14 | 10am – 12 pm (2 hours)


$39 ($32 student pricing) + GST Click here to register for this workshop