Foraging Tours and Classes in Georgia


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Foraging Tours, Walks, Classes, and Groups (Updated for 2021)

The list below has been curated to include only those groups and foragers that schedule regular events and are currently active. Please email us about any broken links or incorrect links so we can keep the list updated. If you offer classes or scheduled foraging events feel free to contact us about being added to the list.- eattheplanet.org@gmail.com

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1. Ever Wilder

Ever Wilder offers plant walks and foraging events year-round in Ellijay, GA on a beautiful mountain homestead. Learn primitive skills, Appalachian folklore, medicinal herbs, edible plants, and more. 

2. Medicine Bow

Mark Warren is the founder of Medicine Bow, which is located in Dahlonega, Georgia. They offer classes on primitive skills, crafts, foods, and medicine.

3. Mushroom Club of Georgia

Mushroom Club of Georgia seeks to promote enjoyment while studying wild mushrooms and exchanging information about them. They host walks and forays, regular programs and classes, and more.

4. Wildcraft Kitchen

Cara Lee is the founder of Wildcraft Kitchen, which is located in Clayton, Georgia. They offer guided hikes and foraging trips, culinary and herbalism workshops, nutrition consultations, and wellness cooking.



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  1. I am looking for a qualified instructor in S.E. Georgia to learn about foraging in Alamo, GA and surrounding areas.

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