His website is progressing with an upgrade. Until I just revisited it, I didn’t know it needed one. It looks fantastic! Apparently some of the archived articles are not currently available. They are working on fixing that. Green Deane’s site http://www.eattheweeds.com/eat-the-weeds-archive/ has been my go to source for identifying mystery volunteer plants in my garden. Often, said plants have become additions to my diet. His site has been active for about 10 years, with lots of well written articles. He also has a sister forum http://eattheweeds.com/forum/index.php that has an active core group of posters that can help identify many plants. Green Deane also frequently joins in the discussions. Hopefully this year he will be too busy to post much. His time is of more use to us in writing his PLANNED BOOK!!!
Eat the Weeds is great - it's where I learned most of the stuff I know on wild edibles until I discovered Permies (my true online home).
Even though he is in Florida and focuses on what he sees in his area, in each article he always includes research on different species or subspecies that are in other areas of the US (Which my west coast self appreciates).
I also appreciate that he posts warnings about look-a-likes and plants with similar common names, and how to notice the differences - so that we don't accidentally poison ourselves.
Green Deane is the best!
Experimenting and growing on my small acre in SW USA; Fruit & Nut trees w/ annuals, hoping to get Chickens, rabbits, and in-laws onto property soon.
Long term goal - Furniture & Luthier Stay-at-home farm dad.
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