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    Default wild eidible plants of northern ontario

    around the areas of sudbury and elliot lake

    What are all the edible plants if you can post a link of the plants with pictures it would be very helpful.. i can't find any websites of this.


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    I wish I could help.How about a local botanist from a college nearby?

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    There is a strange animal in that area, if you follow it around, observe carefully the strange feeding habits of the reclusive Wareagle. You need to stay well hidden as this weird creature has been know to attack in the past, however it's temperament as moderated in the last six months. Suggest you still use extreme caution...... Suggest you read, "Gorilla's in the Mist" for pointers on how to observe this fascinating creature.
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    Nah - War Eagle likes him....just drop in unannounced.
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    reaaalllllly
    you looked everywhere eh?
    ok well let me suggest this
    google"wild edible plants of northern ontario"
    let me know what you come up with
    always be prepared-prepare all ways
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    thank you crash you are so very helpful

    lol wareagle when i typed it into google like the 6th or 5th link showed up was this thread lol.

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    If you are interested, the 7th link is the one that has a class coming up in September in your area. I don't know anything about them, but WE might.
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    hi I'm new here and am mainly interested in knowing more about eidible plants myself. I live in the Denver Colorado area, if anyone out there has any information on things of use here, I thank you in advance for your help...

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    MGM - this may get you started. http://www.coloradoplants.org/edible.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    If you are interested, the 7th link is the one that has a class coming up in September in your area. I don't know anything about them, but WE might.
    yes i know allan and viki, i was my first formal training class they truely live the lifestyle, as wild woman has found out they are kindred souls, viki has also studied with david aurua the great mushroom hunter, back in the 70's when she lived in california, they are the real deal and i would happily recommend them as a great starter
    also look up andy fion from ontario wildflowers or just andy's wildflowers, tons of great info and great links and last but not least try looking up ontarios weeds as generally those are the most edible
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    one of the best websites for this geographic area is ontario weeds then find the link to agriculture canada, it will cover this area very well. i highly recomend it for folks in the northern areas including the northern US
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