Wild Food Walks

I lead wild edible food walks, workshops, classes, and private lessons in Western Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh and the surrounding regions.

Please check out Foraging Pittsburgh for more information!




      1. Pigweed is a wonderful green that is loaded with vits & minerals and killed off by farmers all over the U.S. Learn to I.D. this ‘weed’ and eat it. It’s great and has a faint lemon taste. I’m in Louisiana and eat it all the time. My acreage (40) is for hay, but pigweed grows all over my farm and I use no chemicals here.

    1. Hi Tracy,

      If you don’t mind, shoot me an email (listed on the Contact) page, and I’ll let you know what I can do for you! Thank you.

      1. I just clicked on the reply button of this page to make contact. I would like to shoot you a photo of a plant taken in bog I visited in Wisconsin to verify the species. I believed it was wild cranberry but am less certain after viewing the images on your sight. Is this possible?

  1. I think the area im working is very similar to Pittsburgh area but warmer,peace If you could list some plants I could start planting i would be very helpful

  2. Just did a private foraging walk lead by Adam and was with my daughter, and best friends family. All 5 of us had an awesome experience! Can’t wait for a fall walk to see what is available for us during a different season here in Western PA. Adam is the bomdiggity when it comes to this subject matter. See you in a few months!


  3. I want to tell you how wonderful you are to share your knowledge. I enjoy your videos. You have the most excitable energy !
    M. Christian

  4. Hi I found some Reishi mushroom, I believe, at my backyard. Can you tell me if they are reishi mushroom? Thanks so much.
    I am a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese medicine herbalist in New Jersey. Nice to find Chinese medicinal herb grow in the wild in America.

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