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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

Fi Martynoga


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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.

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A Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvest

About the author

Fi Martynoga

Fi Martynoga, a member of the Scottish Wild Harvests Association and Reforesting Scotland, writes regularly for the RS Journal and edited A Handbook of Scotland’s Trees. She is a life-long forager, gardener, keen cook and campaigner for sustainability issues. Emma Chapman is the founding force behind, and current secretary, of SWHA, and a long-term member of RS. She is a beekeeper and committed forager.

Praise for the companion title A Handbook of Scotland’s Trees:
“This book inspires. It is a delight.” – Roddy Fairley, Scottish Natural Heritage
“A little gem… beautifully published and good value.” – Smallwoods Magazine