SOLD OUT! Pocket Guide to Wild Edible Plants from The Northwest Forager

UPDATE

“Hey Folks, I am both happy and saddened to announce that as of April 2020 my book The Northwest Forager’s Pocket Guide to Wild Edible Plants is officially sold out! With that said, I am working diligently organizing a Kickstarter campaign to launch May 23, 2020, which will raise money for a second batch of books. Backers will have the unique opportunity to receive their own personal copy with the addition of having their own names printed in it! If you’re interested in knowing more about this campaign please visit the above link and click ‘notify me of launch‘.
Thank you, and happy foraging!”

-Henry


 

Hi Folks!

I am very excited to announce the release of The Northwest Forager’s Pocket Guide to Wild Edible Plants! This true pocket-sized guide (Measuring 3.5″ x 5″) features 26 of the Pacific Northwest’s most common and easy to identify edible plants as well as 5 hazardous look-alikes. It’s convenient size and easy-to-use format make this the ideal field guide to take with you in all your northwest adventures! Never go hiking, camping or hunting again without being prepared to explore the wild flavors of nature’s produce.

How to Use this Guide

The contents have been divided into three categories (Leafy Vegetables, Root Vegetables, Fruit Berries). The plants in each category have been arranged according to seasonal availability. There are two pages per plant. The 1st displays the plant in its natural growing environment and lists information such as its scientific name, growing habitat, as well as when and what parts to use. The 2nd notes basic info such as history, preparation, and nutritional value. It also displays specific edible parts as well as identifiable features. If a plant has a common poisonous look-alike, it will be referenced in the back of the guide.

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Table of Contents

Leafy Vegetables

  • Bittercress
  • Stinging Nettle
  • Chickweed
  • Siberian Miner’s Lettuce
  • Wood Sorrel
  • Lady Fern
  • Plantain
  • Cat’s Ear
  • Nipplewort
  • Broadleaf Dock
  • Oxeye Daisy
  • Lambs Quarter
  • Purslane

Root Vegetables

  • Dandelion
  • Wild Onion
  • Cattail
  • Queen Anne’s Lace
  • Field Mustard
  • Burdock
  • Camas

Fruit Berries

  • Salmonberry
  • Huckleberry
  • Thimbleberry
  • Salal
  • Huckleberry Evergreen
  • Elderberry

How to Order your Copy

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For purchases outside of the United States please use the following eBay link


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A huge thank you to everyone who has ordered a copy! We are truly grateful for all the support shown :]

 

 


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