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Winter Foraging Finding Wild Edible Food in Mid Winter

Article from: December 15th, 2012 It is the middle of winter now and most of the plants have died off. There is not much green left anywhere. It is getting harder to find edible foods in nature as the weather gets colder. But somehow the animals in the fore

Wild Foraging Series Wood Sorrel In Your Back Yard

Article from: August 14th, 2012   Wood Sorrel is a common weed that many of us around the US often mow down, pull out, poison, walk on and generally try to get rid of. It grows easily in your yard and garden. It is also just as happy growing in

Wild Foraging Series Wild Peppermint Family

Article from: August 16th, 2012   Peppermint is one of the most widely used herbs in existence today. You can find it in food, chewing gum, drinks, toothpaste, tea and many other food products. But did you know that peppermint can also be found

Wild Foraging Series – Wild Garlic (also called chives or onion)

Article from: November 18th, 2012    The wild garlic is a common herb found all over the US. It can be found in forests, fields and people’s yards. The wild garlic plant very much resembles the common form of onion in that it has

Wild Foraging Series The Wild Blueberry

Article from: September 9th, 2012   Blueberries can be found in abundance across North America. They are often found covering the ground thickly along mountain slopes, along swampy lowland and forest bogs. There are many varieties of wild blueb

Wild Foraging Series The Partridgeberry or Squaw Vine

Article from: September 10th, 2012   The Partridgeberry somewhat resembles wintergreen when browsing along the forest floor. One of the big differences though is the size of the plant. The partridgeberry is a very short ground hugging vine-like

Wild Foraging Series - The Acorn

Article from: November 11th, 2012   The acorn is one of the most important of all survival foods. The American Indians used the acorn heavily as a food source. The acorn is also one of the most abundant and most overlooked of all survival foods

Wild Foraging Series Staghorn Sumac

Article from: September 26th, 2012   Another wild edible plant of North America is the Staghorn Sumac, also known as Rhus Typhina, which belongs to the cashew family. This plant ranges from a shrub to smallish tree, up to about 15 feet high.

Wild Foraging Series Sheep Sorrel

Article from: October 25th, 2012   Sheep sorrel can be found all over North America in fields, forest meadows and lawns. The Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella) can be easily recognized by its distinct arrow shaped leaves. The leaves are pointed at

Wild Foraging Series Finding Food In The Snow

Article from: January 5th, 2013   In winter the ground is covered with snow. Everything is brown. The plants are all dead for the season. The leaves have fallen. It looks bleak. It seems that there is nothing to eat. Or is there?.. &nbs

Wild Foraging Series Common Wild Plantain

Article from: August 21st, 2012   The common plantain family of plants are often found in waste areas and in mowed lawns. They grow very well in many conditions and are pretty tough plants. Although we often mow them down, poison them and try t

Partridge Berry A Special Wild Edible & Natural Medicine

The little Partridge Berry, also known as Squaw Berry, is a red berry that resembles Wintergreen in appearance. The tiny red berries are both refreshing as a snack and useful as a medicine. The proper name for Partridge Berry is Mitchella Repens.   The Partridge Berry is foun

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