Carson Beauregard wrote:Shortly after starting this thread I actually found a similar list in book form produced by a PHD researcher in Canada named Gina Mohammed. The book is called the Canadian NTFP Business Companion. Its focus is on exemplifying the development of alternative income streams derived from wild crafted products specifically in Canada, as opposed to the current economic paradigm which is mainly focused on deriving income by raping the commons, ie large scale mining projects or the harvesting of old growth forests for timber and pulp materials.
To say the least I was pretty excited to find this book, good old synchronicity at work again. The book costs about 50 dollars and I believe it is only available in cd form. Regardless I do intend to purchase this in the near future so ill keep you all posted relative to its usefulness.