HarvestWild was birthed from the countless conversations that Aaron would have with his clients in the boat as they floated and fly fished their way along several Northern California waterways.  Eventually, Aaron would ask if they were or had ever been hunting, far too often the answer is no.  Excitingly, the majority expressed a desire to try it, or that they hunted as a kid but moved to California and due to one reason or another they no longer participated.  One of our goals at HarvestWild is to help bridge this gap and open the doors to those ready to release their inner desire in outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing and gathering.  Whether through clinics, guiding, field to table or hosted travel we will provide the resources for education and hands on learning.  As for the outdoor community, there is a lot of information out there but sifting through all of the websites and forums can become quite overwhelming.  Connect with us to bring wild food to the table and take clinics on anything from fishing, hunting, archery, shotgun, rifle, foraging and cooking.

Participating in nature brings you to a deeper state of being, to a new plateau where every rustle, every snap, every swish carries the weight of life or signifies ensuing death, life in the wild is lived on razor’s edge to understand it you must live it, if only briefly.
— -Aaron Grabiel, Owner/Guide/Instructor of HarvestWild
What is it you will see, out there in the wild world? You’ll witness things while hunting or fishing or foraging you will never experience any other way.
— Hank Shaw




“This business operates under special use permit with the Shasta-Trinity National Forest

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.”