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Get off my lawn! Portland chefs accused of unlawful urban foraging

Get off my lawn! Portland chefs accused of unlawful urban foraging | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
A recent question posted to the Portland subreddit under the headline, "Homeowners: How do you keep local sous chefs from harvesting urban edibles on your property?” has drawn 200 comments and counting.
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Remember NO TRESPASSING! Does this only happen in Portland? Sounds like a Portlandia Episode.

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Paul Stamets video collections on how mushrooms can save the world

Paul Stamets video collections on how mushrooms can save the world | North West Foraging | Scoop.it

In the famous TED talk given by mycologist Paul Stamets, we explore 6 Ways That Mushrooms Save The World

Mushrooms may be the most overlooked product available to us. With the current problems that our species is facing a solution that can be made widely available in a short amount of time would be beneficial. And according to Paul Stamets there are six ways in which mushrooms can fulfill this role. Besides these benefits, mushrooms neither are difficult to spread nor have high costs.

 


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DIY: How to Make Acorn Flour

DIY: How to Make Acorn Flour | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
A simple DIY step-by-step guide with photos to help you make your own delicious, nutritious acorn flour from scratch—plus acorn recipes!
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Now all I need is an Oak savanna!

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Edible Invertebrates of the Pacific Northwest

Edible Invertebrates of the Pacific Northwest | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
A foraging guide for identifying edible insects, shellfish, snails and other invertebrates in the Pacific Northwest: British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, the Rocky Mountains and Western Canada
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Edible Berries of the Pacific Northwest

Edible Berries of the Pacific Northwest | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
A berry-picking and foraging guide for identifying edible berries in the Pacific Northwest: British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, the Rocky Mountains and Western Canada
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Backwoodsman Magazine

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Backwoodsman magazine is the leading magazine dedicated to the preservation of primitive survival and the old way of life on the American Frontier.
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This magazine has great information. I will be subscribing.

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Wild about weeds: Herbalist shares thrill in 'Foraging' cookbook - Poughkeepsie Journal

Wild about weeds: Herbalist shares thrill in 'Foraging' cookbook - Poughkeepsie Journal | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
Wild about weeds: Herbalist shares thrill in 'Foraging' cookbook
Poughkeepsie Journal
In “Foraging and Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook,” Falconi lovingly details her culinary affair with weeds and wild foods.

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Winter foraging - Dave Hamilton - The urban guide to becoming self sufficient 'ish'

Winter Foraging. A guide to what you might find during the winter and early spring.

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Urban Edibles :: a community database of wild foods

Urban Edibles :: a community database of wild foods | North West Foraging | Scoop.it

eat resource

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Great resource for Portland urban foraging. Includes map and local medicinal plants.

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Morel Mushroom Hunting | Explore!

Morel Mushroom Hunting | Explore! | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
Morel mushrooms can be free for the picking if you know where and when to look. This adventure story will set you off on the right path.
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Look for the Lilac blooms!
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Edible Wild Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest

Edible Wild Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
A mushroom picking and foraging guide for identifying edible mushrooms in the Pacific Northwest: British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, the Rocky Mountains and Western Canada.
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Edible Seaweed of the Pacific Northwest

Edible Seaweed of the Pacific Northwest | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
A seaweed foraging guide for identifying edible seaweeds in the Pacific Northwest: British Columbia, Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Montana and Northern California.
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Seaweed descriptions and pictures

Seaweed descriptions and pictures | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
The seaweed site is a source of general information on all aspects of seaweeds

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Planning a trip to the coast?

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Jeff Michels's curator insight, April 5, 2014 4:58 PM

Looking to check these out for the Summer!

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Edible Wild Plants of the Pacific Northwest

Edible Wild Plants of the Pacific Northwest | North West Foraging | Scoop.it
A foraging guide for identifying edible wild plants and herbs in the Pacific Northwest: British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, the Rocky Mountains and Western Canada.
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The 3 Foragers: Foraging for Wild, Natural, Organic Food: Foraging and Mushroom Observing in Winter

The 3 Foragers: Foraging for Wild, Natural, Organic Food: Foraging and Mushroom Observing in Winter | North West Foraging | Scoop.it

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