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Show 11: Winter Wildcrafting

 
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Show 11: Winter Wildcrafting

https://www.spreaker.com/user/13414994/show-11-final


Hunting for chaga, reishi, old man's beard, white pine, cedar berries, poke root, spotted wintergreen, prickly pear, English ivy and much more.... in January.  Snagged the photo from Wiki, BTW... maybe one day I'll get used to carrying a phone in the woods... but probably not!



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I'm working on an article on European mistletoe - very useful herb and it is very important that people know not to use American mistletoe!

 
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