Wildcrafting is the practice of foraging and collecting food and herbs from the wild.

Below are some ideas, tips and tools for your next wildcrafting adventure.  Be sure to consult with a professional before consuming any of the wild flora and fauna you are unfamiliar with.


Learn how to forage for wonderful treasures in your local forest.

The following Quest module and guide is put together to help you thrive off your local woodland and prairie regions and backyards.

Take a friend along and discover the bounty that awaits you.  From ferns to fungus, you won't come home empty-handed.

Take the healing power of herbs and food
into your own hands as you learn for yourself how
powerful these wild things can be.


Mushrooms are such a great source of protein and health benefits.  Learn what edible mushrooms are growing in you neighborhood and open up a whole new chapter of foraging.

Wild Edibles

The wild is full of food for easy consumption.  From fiddle-head ferns to goose berries, learn the seasonal crops in your forest and fields.

Wild Herbs

There are many herbs found in the wild.  From plantain to birch bark, learn more about the wild herbs in your area and when is the best time to forage and harvest them.

Natural Living

Sometimes the simplest life is a natural life.  Learning to live in nature; build your own shelter, purify water, fish from the stream, is a rewarding adventure.

Starry Skies

When you look up into the night sky you may be surprised at all of the stars and creatures you will see.  If you are lucky, you might even capture a lightning bug or discover glow-in-the-dark mushrooms and fungus.

Wild Things

When you are in the wild you will find that you are not alone.  Please be kind to your wild neighbors and leave a little a trace of your presence as possible.

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Disclaimer:  All herbal remedies, recipes, and referrals are not medical advice; therefor we recommend you consult with your medical provider.