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Harvesting and marketing edible wild plants Public Deposited

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  • Many people are familiar with picking and eating huckleberries and blackberries. If you know what to look for, however, you'll find forests and fields are veritable grocery stores. Across the Pacific North­west, wild edible plants are available during most of the year. Leaves, seeds, fruits, roots, and tubers of many plants are edible. Wildcrafting (gathering plants from the wild) or forest farming (managing woodlots to promote or encourage desired plants) can be interesting and tasty pastimes or supple­mental income sources. If you're a small landowner looking for a source of supple­mental income, then wildcrafting, forest farming, or herb farming are some ways to use your property for this purpose. This publication will introduce you to wild edible plants. It includes: • An overview of historical and present uses • Identification of market opportunities • Processing and marketing hints • General cautions There's a lot to learn about wild edible plants in order to make your experience pleasant and safe. The references included at the end of this publication will help you learn more about finding, collecting, and using wild edibles.
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