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I just came across this book by Rain Tenaqiya. It is not listed on Amazon (or any other place I can find). However, you can read it for free online here:

West Coast Food Forestry

If you want your own copy, it looks like it will cost $10 to download.

It has an extensive list, with pictures, of edible perennials that work well in West Coast climates. So far, I am only into the first chapters, but it looks to be EXACTLY what I have been searching for. I wish there was a kindle version, sigh.

Enjoy
 
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Free download (143 page PDF) available West Coast Food Forestry

Enjoy!
 
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John Polk wrote:Free download (143 page PDF) available West Coast Food Forestry

Enjoy!



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