Berkeley Open Source Food
A project funded by the Berkeley Food Institute that promotes urban foraging through education and outreach.
Helping to take invasives out of our forests, rivers, and oceans and put them in our kitchens, dining rooms and, eventually, our stomachs.
Bringing foraging, fermentation, cooking, herbalism, and traditional crafts to everyday life.
Grow Forage Cook Ferment
A blog about homesteading, food, permaculture, health, and survival.
Roots & Crowns Apothecary
Handmade organic remedy bitters, skin care, and self-care products made in Oregon.
Workshops geared toward arts, crafts, traditional skills, and herbal medicine in White Salmon, WA.
La Abeja Herbs
Wildcrafted medicines and herbal products, flower essence and herbal wellness consultations, and classes offered online and in New Mexico and Austin, TX.
Herbs oils, waxes, essential oils, clays, botanical extracts, and hydrosols made with local ingredients from Northern New Mexico.
For those in Oklahoma who want to learn to forage and cook edible wild plants and mushrooms.
Burdock & Rose
Wildly-crafted plant tales from herbalist, forager, and author Lisa Rose.
Organic & Wild
Wildcrafted herbal products and art prints made in Grand Rapids, MI.
Roaming Soul Apothecary
The wild plant project that’s converting a bus into a tiny house and apothecary.
A Boise-based glass, ceramic, food, and experience designer inspired by the beautiful landscapes near her home and of the Pacific Northwest.
A Boulder-based professional herbalist, nutritional consultant, university professor, and author with over 40 years experience in natural medicine.
Rare organic bitters, tinctures, syrups, and teas foraged from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Botanical Arts Press
A New York-based publisher that focuses on books about foraging, wild edibles, wild food cooking, and botanical art.
The adventures of Leda Meredith - foraging for wild foods, preparing and preserving them, recipes, locavore lifestyle.
Artisanal whole foods and skin care products made in small batches by hand on the island of Nantucket, MA.
Garden Warriors Good Seeds
A blog dedicated to Native American food sovereignty by Elizabeth Hoover, Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnic Studies at Brown University.
A Boston-based herbal school with local and online herbalist training programs.
Botanical Harmony Farm
Earth activists working with wild bounty to produce herbal care.
Forager Chris Bennett
A forager, writer, cheesemonger, and trained chef who grew up roaming the picturesque grassy hollows, dense forest, and open fields of the Appalachian foothills in central east Alabama.
No Taste Like Home
Wild food foraging tours led by Alan Muskat in Asheville, NC.
Piedmont Picnic Project
A project based in the Piedmont Region of North Carolina that uses food history to build awareness and skills around traditional food practices, including foraging, mixology, preserving, fermenting, and creative reuse.