I would like some resources for identifying native edible plants in
Central Oregon. Good clear images will be very helpful in links or
We do alot of hiking and would like to know what we could eat in
emergency situations, as well as supplementing our diet when we camp.
I am enjoying searching your site.
Here are three recent titles that should prove very useful for Central Oregon:
1. Gregory L. Tilford. 1997. Edible and Medicinal Plants of the West. Mountain Press Publishing. 2. Thomas Elias and Peter Dykeman. 1990. Edible Wild Plants. Sterling Publishing. 3. Betty Derig and Margaret Fuller. 2001. Wild Berries of the West. Mountain Press Publishing.
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