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What's your favourite resources on foraging wild plants?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created May 26, 2011 at 11:51 PM

This is a very good overview on resources on foraging wild edible plants.

http://foraging.com/#indsites

Do you have other resources, texts links you like to share?

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on July 19, 2014
at 04:20 PM

The 'eat-the-weeds' guy has knowledge but his ego is larger than his abilities. No one who has misidentified plants on his website should be taken that seriously.

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on January 23, 2012
at 12:46 AM

Thanks for this question! This is an area I'd like to think more about this year. I live in OR, so the possibilities are endless.

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on January 22, 2012
at 07:10 PM

Oh, how wonderful! I recognize a ton of those plants.

0097fe70ad44a5d09f02de516975cc1f

on January 08, 2012
at 02:17 PM

and pfaf.org plant for futture

C1ea79115a062250a7263764797faa30

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on May 27, 2011
at 12:19 PM

Another good resource for those in the PNW: earthwallnorthwest.com. Karen Sherwood holds wild food dinners and teaches overnight classes and a nine month apprenticeship on this subject. I've done that apprenticeship, and I'd recommend it to anyone in that area who's interested in eating wild plants.

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0097fe70ad44a5d09f02de516975cc1f

on January 08, 2012
at 02:16 PM

firstways.com by becky lerner.

0097fe70ad44a5d09f02de516975cc1f

on January 08, 2012
at 02:17 PM

and pfaf.org plant for futture

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on December 25, 2011
at 01:42 AM

002981cd1d579c30a4d2a63e5230954f

on July 19, 2014
at 04:20 PM

The 'eat-the-weeds' guy has knowledge but his ego is larger than his abilities. No one who has misidentified plants on his website should be taken that seriously.

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on December 24, 2011
at 06:45 PM

Another pacific north west site is: http://northernbushcraft.com/

D5d982a898721d3392c85f951d0bf0aa

(2417)

on January 22, 2012
at 07:10 PM

Oh, how wonderful! I recognize a ton of those plants.

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7841848bd0c27c64353c583fb7971242

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on December 10, 2011
at 05:10 PM

I'm going to check out Russ Cohen's Edible Wild Plant/Mushroom walks and courses next year. I also got the Peterson Field Guide for Edible Wild Plants.

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on May 27, 2011
at 03:06 AM

In greater Portland and Pac. NW, John Kallas is a remarkable resource.

C1ea79115a062250a7263764797faa30

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on May 27, 2011
at 12:19 PM

Another good resource for those in the PNW: earthwallnorthwest.com. Karen Sherwood holds wild food dinners and teaches overnight classes and a nine month apprenticeship on this subject. I've done that apprenticeship, and I'd recommend it to anyone in that area who's interested in eating wild plants.

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Ed983a42344945b1ff70fd9597a23493

on May 27, 2011
at 12:35 AM

For mushrooms, All the Rain Promises and More is fabulous!

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