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I'm trying to set up my own guide-book of natural edible resources for wilderness-survival purposes.  I sorta woke up the other day and realized that Earth is actually where I live, but unfortunately I'm a total layman when it comes to Earthly matters.  So . . .

I'm looking for some basic knowledge about plant identification and animal tracking.  I live in Hadley Massachusetts - very close to Amherst, in the thick of the Pioneer Valley - and I'm curious if anyone knows of any local workshops/educational resources/demonstrations/books that would help me out.

Thanks!
 
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might want to post in the regional forum.
 
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