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Use this Wildcrafting Calendar as your guide to the best times to look for plants to collect, cones and seedpods to glean and nuts and berries to harvest
Old Thyme Herbs saved to Foraging and Hunting
Learn how to identify, harvest, and prepare the most delicious, abundant, and nourishing plants around—edible wild weeds and invasives. These wild herbs pack a medicinal punch and make for tasty, sustainable nutrient-dense dishes.
2 · s incorporating dandelion roots, flowers, and leaves! Plus, foraging tips and health benefits.
- • 1/4 cup Beet, powder
- • 2 tbsp Cacao powder
- • 1 cup Golden raisins
- • 1/2 cup Coconut milk, full fat
- • 6 tbsp Maple syrup
Baking & Spices
- • 1/4 tsp Cinnamon, ground
- • 1/2 cup Coconut flour
- • 1/2 tsp Sea salt or pink salt
Oils & Vinegars
- • 3 tbsp Coconut oil
Nuts & Seeds
- • 1/2 cup Seeds, raw unsalted
- • 1 cup Walnuts, raw
- • 2 Whole freshly foraged dandelions ()
Leslie Cloyd saved to Leslie
Foraging for your own medicinal plants is very rewarding! Here's a recent article I wrote for the Herbal Academy, 10 Tips for Wildcrafting Herbs.
Deanna Stewart saved to Essential oils
Many "weeds" are actually quite useful. If you learn how to wildcraft, you can utilize them for food and medicine.
Sabrina Ball saved to Homesteads
What to Forage in Spring - There are many different medicinal and edible plants as well as fungi that arrive in spring for you to look for and enjoy with abandon. Here are a few of them... #forage #wildcrafting #herbs #fungi #mushrooms #spring #hiking #springharvest #homesteading #prepper #survialist #morels #ramps
NatureMoms saved to Best of NatureMoms
Juniper trees are fairly common and easy to forage. Learn more about foraging for juniper berries and how to use them for food and medicine!
Colette Richards saved to foraging
No forager wants to become a cautionary tale. These 15 rules for foraging safely will help you come back from your adventure in good health.
Rachel Chaney saved to Foraging
The Botany & Wildcrafting Course, for example is curated by the amazing Herbal Academy team of herbalists and botanists. I reserved my seat in class last night, and cannot wait to begin this journey.
NatureMoms saved to Homesteading
You've probably foraged for edible and medicinal dandelions, and now that it's fall it's time to go foraging for dandelion root.
Mary Ridley saved to herbal salves and medicines