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Hello, I am looking for downloadable books and videos on medicinal and edible herbs, plants and mushrooms. I will be spending a good deal of time boondocking with no internet so I would like to have references at hand. Ideally they would be divided by states or regions of the US but I am not limited to one area. Free is always preferred. Thank you!
 
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Location: Officially Zone 7b, according to personal obsevations I live in 7a, SW Tennessee
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You could check out http://www.eattheweeds.com/eat-the-weeds-archive/

Green Deane has gobs of articles at that link. I have no idea how much memory they would gobble up.
 
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I've been thinking that it would be cool to have regional wildcraft threads here as a reference. I was gonna start one soon for Central Texas.

List the plant, add a picture, include harvest times and uses, ask others to participate. While there are common items (mustang grapes,  wild blackberries) there is so much more out there.
 
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