The Forager's Harvest DVD: A Guide to Identifying, Harvesting, and Preparing Edible Wild Plants

by The Foragers Harvest


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Product ID: 621190

Description

  • DVDs can be viewed in their entirety, or their menus are designed for easy navigation from plant to plant as desired
  • DVD cases are Eco-wallets to eliminate plastic in the packaging, and are printed on recycled board with non-toxic vegetable-based inks
  • 2 DVD Set
  • Plants are primarily from the Midwest and the Northwoods
  • Join Samuel Thayer, one of the World's leading experts on edible wild plants, on a 32 plant foraging adventure, while he
    personally demonstrates to you the tips and techniques that only come from years of intimate experience with the plants.
    Drawing upon a lifetime of experience with edible wild plants, Sam shares his in-depth knowledge of foraging with
    authority, enthusiasm, and humor. In this new video companion to the very popular book The Forager's Harvest, you'll be
    swept away with Sam's passion for wild edibles, and see firsthand, aspects of the plants in a way that only a video can
    provide! With over 3 hours of video instruction, covering all 32 plants in the book -- with tips on where to find them,
    how to identify them, their season of harvest, and their methods of collection and preparation, The Forager's Harvest
    Video is an invaluable resource for wild food enthusiasts of all experience levels. Features: While the DVDs can be
    viewed in their entirety, the DVD menus are designed for easy navigation, allowing the viewer to choose any plant on the
    disc. Environmental features: The DVD cases were designed to reduce plastic in the packaging, and are printed on
    recycled board with non-toxic vegetable-based inks. PLEASE NOTE: All packaging and formatting issues have been remedied.
    Also, while The Forager's Harvest Video is not a regional guide, it will prove most useful to viewers in the eastern US
    and Canada, the Rocky Mountains, and the Pacific Northwest. If concerned, please consult a list of your local flora to
    determine the applicability of this video.

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