We asked forager Mark Williams what he gets out of wild stuff that he doesn’t get anywhere else. MW: So much really! […]
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We are very glad to have Mark Williams, Scotland’s only full-time foraging tutor, with us regularly on Islay, sharing some of his knowledge of native plants
Mark Williams of Galloway Wild Foods is Scotland’s only full-time foraging tutor. Here he writes a few words about his recent visit to Islay
The constraints of season and terroir should be a springboard for creativity, not an anchor. Foraging tutor Mark Williams explains…
With guidance from forager Mark Williams, The Botanist has been working with Millican to create the definitive Foragers Bag
Foraging isn’t about searching. Its about seeing. Foraging Tutor Mark Williams draws back the green veil.
For an unexpected hit of Scottish spice, I was introduced by foraging guru Mark Williams to Water Pepper (Polygonum hydropiper).
Kate had previously discussed the possibility of making a Thai broth using solely Scottish ingredients with fellow forager Mark Williams
The recipe we used for this delightfully light elderflower sparkling wine was adapted by Mark Williams from Roger Phillips book “Wild Food”
This recipe is from Louise Conn who works as a distillery host and ambassador on Islay. Originally from Glasgow, she […]
Mark Williams and his website are rich sources of knowledge about the identification, distribution and edibility of wild plants. He’s […]
A self-confessed ‘reluctant forager’, our intern Hannah Carmichael shares her thoughts with us on our recent foragers summit. The first […]
There are members of the carrot family growing wild and in abundance that are potentially fatal – you must be able to tell apart the different species with 100% certainty
Mark and Dave set out on a foraging walk with a group of sixteen guests along the Woodland Trail starting out from the RSPB Loch Gruinart Visitor Centre.
The Botanist and RSPB Scotland have a shared mission on Islay, to connect people with the natural environment around them. […]
It turns out this was sea arrowgrass, Triglochin maritima, which is not in any of the foraging guidebooks.