UK Expat and Author of “The Truffle Book” Shares His Story Growing Truffles In New Zealand

Welcome to this Episode of the Truffle Forager Podcast, where it’s my job to chat with Truffle Hunters, Mushroom Experts and Enthusiasts from around the world and tease out their stories of Inspiration and Wisdom with you… helping you to deepen your connection with mother nature.

Special guest: Gareth Renowden 

Despite being a photographer, writer, magazine editor and publisher, over the last 25 years Gareth Renowden has turned himself into a truffle grower. Born and raised in the UK, Gareth now lives in New Zealand on his farm, Limestone Hills, based in the Waipara Valley (near Christchurch on the South Island). His truffle farm is unique in that, they are the only farm in New Zealand to produce four different speicies of truffle. His award winning book on truffles, The Truffle Book, is a perfect introduction into the pleasurable and mysterious world of truffles. He’s a truffle grower because he likes eating them, and perhaps he’ll explain why… 😉  

You can learn more about Gareth by visiting https://limestonehills.co.nz/  

Also please follow him on Twitter and on Instagram @grenow  

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