Take care out there because we don’t want anyone poisoning themselves or eating anything nasty. If you are in any doubt of a plant's identity, don't eat it. It's best to use multiple resources to identify a plant. Avoid foraging from polluted places or those that could have been sprayed with herbicide. Get permission before foraging on someone else's property.
Foraging for food on Banks Peninsula uncovers a wide range of delectable delights. Cosmo Kentish-Barnes spends a day at Port Levy finding and eating seaweeds, native plants, mushrooms and shellfish… Audio
The Weekend's gardening series wraps up with a conversation about foraging, which could be argued is the opposite of gardening. Lynn Freeman is joined by My Kitchen Rules winners Belinda MacDonald and… Audio
Fungi are the second largest group of organisms on the planet after insects, making up one-quarter of the earth's biomass. We speak to Eugenia Bone, the author of 'Mycophilia', and head out on a… Audio