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Stinging nettles are often regarded as pesky weeds, but learn to recognize and harvest the plant for their nutritional and medicinal value!
Sheep and goats make excellent livestock for small farms with financial or space limitations, and their products can bring producers some income, too.
The dandelion gets a bad rap, but this common herb offers a wealth of benefits in the kitchen, the apothecary and even the wine cellar!
Sunchokes (also known as Jerusalem artichokes) can be challenging on the stomach, but this recipe for fermented sunchokes is both digestible and delicious.
A tree that garnered ancient appreciation, birch offers a wealth of benefits for the modern grower or forager, from syrup to tea and more!
Plentiful and available year-round, oyster mushrooms are easy to spot. In this video, we look at finding, cleaning and drying foraged mushrooms.
This handy evergreen is more than¬†just a holiday decoration.¬†Grow and forage pine for use in delicious meals, healing teas and more!
In this excerpt from "How to Forage Mushrooms without Dying," Frank Hyman talks about foraging oyster mushrooms, preparing and preserving them and more.
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