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|A guide to plants found in the Great Lakes region covers such topics as preparation techniques, medical uses, edible qualities, chemical breakdown, poisonous aspects, and commercial value.|
|Upon returning to the States and with encouragement from administrators and |
professors, I began teaching senior-level classes in edible wild plants at
Michigan State University. That continued from 1978 to 1985. While teaching and
|—farmersmarketonline.com “A great book for the wild-foods gourmand.” —Grand |
Rapids (Michigan) Press Edible wild plants, mushrooms, fruits, and nuts grow
along roadsides, amid country fields, and in urban parks. All manner of leafy ...
|Learn what's edible and what to avoid with this easy-to-use field guide. The species in the book are organized by color, then by form, so when you see something in the field, you'll know just where to look.|
|Edible Native Plants of the Rocky Mountains, Harold D. Harrington (University of |
New Mexico Press, 1967). Edible Wild ... Michigan Trees, rev. and updated,
Burton Barnes and Warren Wagner Jr. (University of Michigan Press, 2004).
Plants of ...
|Edible Native Plants of the Rocky Mountains. Harold D. Harrington ... Edible Wild |
Fruits and Nuts of Canada. ... Michigan Trees. rev. and updated, Burton Barnes
and Warren Wagner Jr. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2004. Native
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|Rather, these are books that I personally found useful when working with edible |
plants. Technical Manuals ... Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Zim,
Herbert S. ... Human Poisoning from Native and Cultivated Plants. 2nd. ed.