Seashore foraging adventures in Dorset
Seashore foraging courses
We offer a wide range of foraging experiences and adventures in Dorset
- Book your Seashore foraging course here £40pp half day
- Click here for our wild food workshops
- Click here for our Forage & feast events
- click here for kayak foraging
- click here for all of our family adventures suitable from age 4+
Bespoke options are also available for groups or individuals and are priced according to group size and the scope of your adventure imagination - give us a bell for more information.
All of the equipment you need is provided and if the weather gods let us down and we have to cancel then we promise a full refund or a chance to rebook
Seashore foraging courses on the Jurassic coast
Our little patch of Dorset wild has so much to offer us, we figure that adventure means something different for everyone and you don't always get the biggest kicks from the highest jumps. For us no matter where you are there is always an adventure to be had it's just a matter of looking, and that's where foraging comes in.
When it comes to foraging, seeing people first recognising that glorious relationship between the outdoors and what they eat is always a special moment. It’s exciting! Donning your wellies and grabbing your basket and exploring the hedgerows and seashore is like a treasure hunt of the natural kind. Being able to eat what you have found in this adventurous way is an added bonus – it becomes about the journey.
A day in the life of Fore / Adventure
we don't need to travel far to find something new. Every day delivers us new bounty and every day our shifting shores provide us with new experiences, our story never stays the same because we don't stay still. One day we could be catching fish on the kayaks & the next the pots will deliver us fresh crabs or lobster. With plants that change throughout the seasons, the same day is never repeated twice.
Our spot in Studland on the Jurrassic coast in Dorset is a place of beauty and bounty, perfect for foraging. A long sandy peninsula with a heavenly harbour where we explore the salt marshes on one side and a golden stretch of sandy shore on the other with woodland in between, there is certainly no shortage of nature to explore.
It is here that the majority of our foraging courses run but we do venture out further for some of our events and we can happily bring Fore to you to run bespoke days for your group or corporate event closer to home if you are looking to explore your own patch with us in tow.
Dan our head forager is a ethnobotanist and bushcraft instructor who trained under John Ryder, founder of the renowned Woodcraft school. His team are all also qualified ethnobotanists and ecologists.
As a WISE wildlife safe accredited operator you be can rest assured that we work responsibly, without disturbing the wildlife and sealife and we forage sustainably and sensitively.
What you could be foraging
Natures larder is forever changing, spring time brings us new shoots, like wild garlic, alexanders and cleansing cleavers, in summer we are treated with edible blooms and more gorgeous green goodies and sea vegetables. Autumn delivers nourishing nuts and a bounty of berries. Even in winter you can still forage and find yourself wild foods to eat. Best of all we have an abundance of edible seaweeds all year round so the larder is never empty.
Wild food tips & recipes
If you want to try out some of these green goodies have a look at our blog where we share foraging tips and recipes.
Or join one of our forage & feast events, a wonderful handcrafted celebration of natures larder.
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