Foraging Tours and Classes in Oklahoma

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Foraging Tours, Walks, Classes, and Groups (Updated for 2024)

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.-

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1. Oklahoma Mycological Society

Oklahoma Mycological Society is a non-profit organization that is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Their interest lies in learning about mushrooms and fungi.

18 Responses

    1. Hi Joe, did you ever find a class to take? Or even a plant walk in Norman? I was going to my son’s online plant class but now I’m looking for a live one around Norman.

  1. I’m interested is foraging meetups for people who are clueless but are eager to learn. I would be happy to pay or donate to join a group class led by a person(s) whom possess the knowledge and want to teach it.

  2. I live near Eagletown, Oklahoma, right on the boarder with Arkansas. I am interested in learning about foraging the plants near my location (closets towns are Broken Bow and Idabel in Oklahoma, DeQueen in Arkansas). I would love to sign up for guided foraging tours. Most online courses center on areas far from Oklahoma.

    1. I am from broken bow I would love to hear if you found anything or anyone near buy that knows abought our wild edibles.

  3. I live in Beggs, OK, right down the road from Tulsa. My daughters and myself would love to take a class. Are there any upcoming? **one is grown and the other almost..both are mature so won’t be a distraction**

  4. I recently watched a documentary on Netflix “Fantastic Fungi”, I found it very interesting. In the documentary it highlighted a group much like yours and I would like very much to join your group to learn more about mushrooms, not just edible. Does your group offer educational tours or is it only for seasoned foragers. Thank you so much for your time and response.

  5. There’s a “Tulsa Preppers” Facebook group that will have meetups focusing on different subjects. They have done foraging meets in the past. That might be a resource for NE Oklahoma events.

  6. I am interested in foraging for wild edibles and medicines to help my arthritis and my COPD and all other elements headaches so on and so forth I would be willing to pay or donate to a group who is very knowledgeable and willing to teach I am willing to learn thank you I’m interested in all of it mushrooms berries roots leaves bark all which will sustain for food and medicinal values thank you

  7. I will teach a class in February 2024, also classes (past) in September. Have 20+ years experience in herbal~edibles and medicinals.

    1. Hello, Dee Sims!

      Where may I find more info RE: the class you will be teaching in February 2024?

      Warmest wishes for the New Year! =^_^*=

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