Foraging Tours

A solid foundation for future inspired foraging and culinary adventures.

Join us on a journey through the seasons with our foraging tours. With decades of experience, our expert forager guides will teach you how to confidently identify and safely harvest these nutritious ingredients to incorporate them into your cooking. You’ll learn recommended harvesting practices and foraging safety while enjoying an experiential learning opportunity suitable for all ages. No matter the time of year, there are delicious wild edibles waiting to be discovered with a solid foundation for future inspired foraging and culinary adventures.

Spring Tour

A Spring guided foraging tour in the Pacific Northwest forest in Canada is a wonderful opportunity to discover a variety of wild spring greens, early shoots, wild herbs, and other delicious spring wild food that are abundant during this time of year.


Summer Tour

Summer is a delicious time of year in the pacific northwest; depending on the season there can be mushrooms to be discovered or wild berry groves to explore. Join our expert forager in discovering the wide variety of edible foods in the pacific northwest.

Fall Tour

The peak of the foraging season is undoubtedly the fall mushroom flushes that grace our woodlands in the rainy autumnal months. Carpets of chanterelles, lobsters and hedgehogs await your discovery; this tour focuses on the identification and safe harvesting practices for a wide range of fall fungi


Private Tour

No matter the season we are happy to arrange for a private guided experience tailored to your group’s individual needs. Expect a personal and engaging experience that leaves you inspired and connected to the wild foods of our bioregion. 


Gourmet Tour

Gourmet and curious explorer, this tour is for you. This experience features our popular foraging tour combined with an unforgettable culinary experience featuring wild food dishes.

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Your Guide

Benjamin Patarin
Co-Founder | CEO
“I’ve always been an avid forager. When I was two years old, I collected wild blueberries in the French Alps with my mother. Since then, everywhere I’ve been, I can’t help putting my hands on every edible fruit, plant, or mushroom I find.

After completing my master’s degree in agroforestry, I focused on wild edible food and Western Canada’s wild edible mushrooms in particular. Combined with a passion for cooking, I created my dream job with Forest for Dinner. We hope you love eating the delicacies we find in the forest as much as we enjoy picking them!”

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