Miles Irving is an internationally renowned wild foods expert, author, and public speaker. He has worked with some of the world's best chefs and has been a pioneer in the Wild Food Renaissance. In 2009, he authored The Forager Handbook, hailed by many as the 'foraging bible'.
Through communicating with people around the world and delving deep into the environmental - and emotional - issues facing us, he has sought to bring together traditional ecological knowledge and those hungry for land-based connection, community, and culture. Reconnecting with the life-giving wild land which has long sustained us is key. There is not only a way forward but a wildly different way of looking at the world...
What Miles does
Miles has spoken internationally on how we can reconnect with the land around us. Bringing together ecology, history, and spirituality; he provides inspiration for a way forward...
In 2020 Miles is teaming with Learning with Experts to offer exclusive online wild food and foraging courses! Click here to find out more...
Interviewed in The Telegraph about acorns | Cancer-fighting, gut-boosting... how acorns became the new superfood | 17th November 2019 by Tom Ough