A Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvest

Fi Martynoga

Fi Martynoga is an environmental activist, journalist, museum researcher, and a renowned figure in Scottish nature, history, sustainability and food circles. She has several widely praised books to her name, including A Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvests and A Handbook of Scotland’s Trees.

A Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvest

The Essential Guide to Edible Species, with Recipes & Plants for Natural Remedies, and Materials to Gather for Fuel, Gardening & Craft

by Fi Martynoga

  • RRP: £12.99 (print) / £4.99 (ebook)
  • Format: Paperback, Edition: Updated edition
  • ISBN: 9781910192184
  • Ebook ISBN: 9781887354998

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This inspirational guide is bursting with invaluable know-how on Scotland’s wild harvest, covering what, where, when and how you can use your bounty in sustainable ways – from the most useful and widespread of species to the less well-known, and from leaves and berries to saps, seeds, seaweeds, mosses and wood.

REVIEWS OF A Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvest

'“This book is like a box of treasure: dip in and you’ll find fascinating nuggets of information that will make you appreciate Scotland’s wild harvest so much more.'” - Danielle Ellis, blogger for the Edinburgh Foody (edinburghfoody.com) Read more

“'We have been foraging our lands for centuries to feed, clothe and warm ourselves. Here Fi Martynoga has put together an incredibly informative handbook detailing all things edible, drinkable and sustainable. Now, where are my wellies?”' - Neil Forbes, Scottish Restaurant Awards’ Scottish Chef of the Year 2011

'“With the resurgence of interest in sustainability and the creative use of our native fresh ingredients, this inspiring and comprehensive resource comes at the perfect time.'” - Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles, Scotland’'s 2-Michelin starred restaurant

'“This is a treasure-chest of practical information, first-hand experience and common sense advice, laced with passion and enthusiasm, that will inspire and give confidence to go foraging safely and sustainably.”' - Tess Darwin, Falkland Centre for Stewardship