1. The Weed Cookbook is surely one of the most unusual cookbooks you will come upon. It describes, identifies and illustrates 221 plants that grow wild and in profusion in woods, on roadsides, in your own backyard--plants that not only are safe to eat, but will taste delicious and are packed with...
  2. First-ever revision of a classic guidebook Essential information on each plant's characteristics, distribution, and edibility as well as updated taxonomy and 18 new species How to find, prepare, and eat plants growing in the wild This illustrated guide to North American wild edibles has been a...
  3. When Bill and his wife Wendy set up home six years ago in the middle of Queensland's tropical jungle, the majical colours, shapes and textures of the truits that surrounded them prompted the Coopers into action. Together, they have colleted and recorded--and Bill has illustrated with remarkable...
  4. Rural people of Ethiopia are endowed with a deep knowledge concerning the use of wild plants. This is particularly true for the use of medicinal plants, but also for wild plants, some of which are consumed at times of drought, war and other hardship. Elders and other knowledgeable community...
  5. 12/12/2017 Conference Proceedings The 6th Biennial ECHO Asia Agriculture and Community Development Conference Editors’ Note In an effort to expand the dissemination of technical materials and best practices presented during this year’s ECHO Asia Agriculture & Community Development Conference, the ECHO...
  6. 20/1/2014 Fully illustrated with photos and drawings to help with identification,Florida’s Edible Wild Plantsdemystifies the process of foraging to help you discover the wonder of finding and eating wild plants that may grow right in your own backyard. Peggy Lantz shares her fifty years’ experience...