Est. 2008


Ireland & UK  in 2018 

Walks take place from May-Oct.

Come on a walk and discover some of the beautiful medicinal and edible plants that grow around us. We will nibble as we go along, while Vivienne talks about the medicinal and nutritional properties of these plants. We’ll also try some samples that Vivienne has made in advance e.g. wild herbal cordial, wild food pesto, fresh salad. A treat for the palate, the mind, body & soul. We don’t walk far:  it’s a lovely little shuffle in the fresh air discovering and nibbling on the local plants. These walks are an excellent way to introduce you to the abundance of edible and medicinal plants that grow all around us. Walks go ahead rain or shine so please dress for the weather: sun hat, sun screen, wellies, waterpoofs as appropriate.

Can I bring my children/buggies/babies?  This varies depending on the venue for the walk. Please check in advance with Vivienne.

Can I bring my dog? No sorry, I don’t allow dogs on foraging walks. Dog poo and picking wild plants to eat don’t mix!!

With these walks I proudly support local organic farmers, growers and community gardens. 

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Upcoming walks in 2018





Sun. 20th May

2 pm -4.30 pm

Cloontabonnive Agroforest


Co. Clare.

Adults: € 30

Kids  (<16 years) : free but must book (email me if you’re bringing kids)


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Sorry,  no dogs allowed on this walk. 

Not suitable for buggies.


More dates & venues 

 to be announced.

Please email me ( if you’d like to be notified about more foraging walks or would like me to consider taking a walk where you live.

If you’d like me to take a foraging walk where you live then please do get in touch (email:

Group bookings are welcome too. These walks are popular with:

  • historical societies
  • walking clubs
  • heritage groups
  • herbal medicine students
  • gardeners, GIY groups & community gardens
  • local people who simply want to discover what’s on their doorstep.

  • plant lovers
  • tourists
  • botanists
  • school groups
  • hen parties
  • health enthusiasts
  • chefs & food lovers

Want to discover what’s growing on your land?

Why not host a herb walk?

Get a list of some of the edible and medicinal plants that are growing on your land.

Email me for details:


Need more in-depth info about the plants on your land? I offer a land survey service.

Click here to read about that.