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Hello all,

Adrien LaPointe contacted me a couple of weeks ago about connecting with permies to promote Ancestral Plants (a primitive skills guide to edible, medicinal, and useful plants of the northeast). The first volume was printed a few years ago and the second volume I hope to have printed this year. I will be around on the permies site for a while to connect with the members and answer questions about edible plants, wildcrafting medicine, and ancestral lifeways. I'm excited to see what the forum is about and hope you are all doing well. Ktankeyasiniya (take care of yourselves).
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thanks Arthur for agreeing to do the promotion this week! I am looking forward to have you answer questions on the forum.
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What are you planning to cover in the second volume of Ancestral Plants?
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Welcome Arthur! I'm curious, have you ever heard of a restaurant over in Norway called Noma? The owner and head chef Renee is setting the culinary world on it's ear because of his philosophy of using only local and many wild foraged foods for his establishment. He follows much of your viewpoints on the nutritional value and flavor of wild forage.
It's feeding time! Give me the food you were going to give to this tiny ad:
Call for Instructors for the 2021 RMH Jamboree!
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