Wild Food Walks:
Each walk lasts about 2 hours, and covers a good deal of the wild edibles that are abundant in our area. They are held in parks in SF and the East Bay. Note: Most of the class run from 10:00am until Noon but there are often a few AFTERNOON classes as well. You can now buy a gift certificate to one of our Wild Food Walks for someone you love! Check out The ForageSF Shop.
April 13, Saturday in the East Bay 10am-12:00 pm SOLD OUT!
April 28, Sunday in SF 10am-12:00 pm SOLD OUT!
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May 11, Saturday in the East Bay 10am-12:00 pm Buy Tickets
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Medicinal Wild Plants: A Glen Park Tour
Glen Canyon Park is a deep canyon oasis just west of the charming neighborhood of Glen Park in San Francisco. The canyon is a city park that is home to coyotes, great horned owls, red tailed hawks, and many other animals. The canyon’s diverse terrain provides a great place to see medicinal and culinary herbs in their natural habitats. On this walk we will find at least 20-25 plants that are edible and/or used medicinally. Although we won’t be able to pick plants on this tour in a public area, we will discuss how one can identify the environments where the plants grow normally and how to identify them.
Saturday, April 27th, 10am Buy Tickets!
Many of you over the years have asked for a foraging course beyond just the basic Wild Food Walk. Well, this is it. Spend an extra hour, and go for some of the more meaty and in depth foraging knowledge. Feel free to bring questions for Kevin and plants to be identified if so inclined.
Future dates to be announced.
Private/Custom Walks and Classes:
If you would like to schedule a private walk, class, or talk for your group, please email Kevin@forageSF.com
To hear what one of our past walkers have to say, check out our Yelp review.
Return Policy: Our instructors devote their weekends to making these classes happen. It can often hurt the community of foragers when we get last minute cancellations. Our instructors need to be able to sustain themselves in doing this work, so we have a 72 hour cancellation policy. If you do not cancel before 72 hours, no refund or transfer will be granted. We also are asking for a 25% cancellation fee if you request a refund before the 72 hours.