In the Press and Online
Here’s where I’ve popped up in the media recently....
Sea Foraging Along the Bay Area Coas
Michael Krasny interviews Kirk Lombard about coastal foraging, sustainability, and more on KQED Forum.
The Race Is on to Find the Next Sust
When it comes to seafood harvested off the California coast, what’s familiar may not be sustainable.
International oraging tours for kids
Kirk's coastal foraging tours featured in an international round up of foraging tours for kids. Print only.
How To Find Your Own Seafood
The Sea Forager, Kirk Lombard, shows us how to sustainably forage and eat wild animals found on the Northern California coast.
Taste This: Night Smelt Fishing wi
KQED's Taste This visits Kirk Lombard, Bay Area Sea Forager to learn about the fickle but rewarding art of night smelt fishing. Then he invites us back to his home where his Fishwife, Camilla Lombard, fries up the catch to show us his favorite way to enjoy the fruits of his labor.
How To Catch Your Seafood, Ethically
The sincerest stewards of wild sea creatures are often those who intend to have them for dinner.
The Sea Forager’s Tale
"The sea forager lives in harmony with the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Kirk and Camilla Lombard are the founders of Sea Forager Seafood and Sea Forager Tours based out of their backyard—the Pacific Ocean..."
The New York Times Style Magazine
Edible Selby - Meet Kirk Lombard, the “Intertidal Harvester.”
(Todd Selby, Abby Aguirre) was in town recently, and paid a visit to Lombard of the Intertidal. The result is this sparkling (photos, text, audio) report on local a-fish-ionado power couple, Kirk and Camilla Lombard — both on the water and in the kitchen.
Northern California Book Award winne
The Sea Forager's Guide wins the Northern California Book Award for Best Regional Interest!
The Secret Life of the Northern Cali
In his new book, lifelong recreational fisherman and forager Kirk Lombard champions the obscure and offbeat fish, people, and communities that abound in Bay Area waters...
Foraging in the Northern California
A new book makes the case for environmental reverence through ethical fishing
Bizarre Foods America
with Andrew Zimmern - The Bizarre Foods crew join Kirk for a little monkeyface eel. (slides 9 & 10)