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"More exposure to vegetation linked with lower mortality rates in women"

How many food plants do you see in this picture?

I'd figure 4ish:

  • obviously the Himalayan blackberries, and some native trailing blackberries
  • Pretty sure that's an elderberry to the right of the fir
  • Doug fir needles can be made into tea if you need more vitamin C
  • and check out... (More)

My introduction!

Hello, I am new and in week #2, I am so excited to be learning permaculture!! I am in the process of creating a food forest in the alkaline desert of Northern Nevada! I was told almost nothing will grow... (More)