**Book your tickets now for 2016. Our tour season will be ending early July 31, 2016**

Eat wild. Eat well.

Forager Tours brings together the expertise of Indigenous leaders and scholars, the beauty of the local landscape, and the bounty of local wild foods and medicines in a collection of interactive workshops and tours aimed at the promotion of global cultural heritage and the reintegration of wild plants into our daily lives.

Stanley Park

Vancouver, BC

Dates: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays May 15th - July 31st

Guides: Lauraleigh Paul, Celina Starnes, Greg Hart, Jesse Evjenth

Times: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Price: $39 plus gratuity

Description: Explore Vancouver's world-famous Stanley Park while learning about the many edible plants that can be found growing across the region. Our guides will show you how to identify local plants and explain how they have been used traditionally both by First Nations and Europeans alike. This tour is a collaboration between Forager Foundation and Stanley Park Ecology Society.

Meet at the bus loop at Rose Garden Lane at 9:45 a.m. on the day of the tour (near the Stanley Park Pavilion). View map for details.

Walk Difficulty: Easy


Our Commitment to Fair Representation

With the nature of Forager regarding the promotion of global cultures we have made the easy decision to have fair and respectful representation of Indigenous voices. Whenever available, an expert that's also a member of the community can add another layer of authority to the story while also respecting the holders of cultural knowledge.

Respecting Cultural Sensitivity

Traditional Knowledge is an important and sacred facet of cultural identity. While we work to promote this knowledge with the global community we also recognize and respect the reluctance to publicly share knowledge that for many communities has been used without consent and with a disregard for knowledge keepers and the implications to communities for having knowledge taken from their control. We work only with knowledge that has already been shared publicly, either academically or to the general public, or with knowledge that has been shared with us with the consent of the community who recognize and approve of our intentions.