Just nine by five miles, Jersey’s probably a lot wilder than you think. And a lot tastier too. There’s nothing as rewarding for the food-curious than foraging for wild edibles in the coastal landscapes that circle Jersey’s natural larder. There’s a lot on the menu – to the trained nose, there are fungi, berries, sea herbs and many tasty plants to be found in our wildest spaces. Meet the Jersey foragers who will take you on a culinary safari to give your friends maximum food envy. Just bring an appetite for adventure and remember to follow our countryside code.

Meet our fantastic foragers and get out into nature with them.

Forage with Kazz.

Wild Adventures.

With his Wild Adventures, Kazz Padidar aims to give kids and adults a taste of the Wild Life, with bushcraft and survival skills, including foraging. You can find Kazz located in the west of Jersey; explore the wilds of St. Ouen in both coastal and land based habitats, take in fantastic scenery, encounter local wildlife and learn about the vast variety of wild edible, medicinal plants, and seaweeds this unique island has to offer.

Meet Kazz

Forage with Derek and Trudie.

Jersey Walk Adventures.

Trudie and Derek explore the endlessly changing border between land and ocean. Their aim is to reconnect people to nature, enable a better understanding of the environment and an appreciation of what nature has to offer. Explore rock pools, cross sand bars and gullies on a guided walk into Europe’s largest rocky intertidal zone to find hidden botanical treasures and wildlife.

Meet Derek and Trudie

Forage with Amanda.

Wild Shinrin-Yoku Forest Bathing.

Take a walk in Jersey’s beautiful National Park and you might come across Amanda wandering among the trees. Amanda guides Shinrin-yoku, or Forest Bathing, walks. This practice facilitates a deep connection with one’s surroundings attuning via all the senses. Join Amanda on a foraged wild herb Tea Ceremony, gazing out over the ocean to the horizon. As an intuitive herbalist Amanda journeys with the herbs and plants she encounters, inviting a perceptual shift, that often contains elements of visual, emotional and visceral experience.

Meet Amanda

Forage with Anna.

Founder of Manomara.

When Anna Messervy-Evans moved to Jersey after a career working in cosmetic science in the UK, she wanted to use her expertise and knowledge to create something that would reflect the way she lived in Jersey. Her cosmetic product recipes reflect Jersey’s clean seawater, coastal air and fresh produce – discover how she uses local items you can find by the sea in her beauty regime.

Meet Anna

Top tips for responsible foraging.

Follow these rules while out collecting wild edibles. Going with an expert guide is always the best option. Not only will they ensure you

What you need to know.

Explore the Jersey National Park.

Follow the Countryside Code.

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