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Lynn Landes, founder
www.WildFoodies.org

www.LynnLandes.com

lynnlandes@earthlink.net
215-629-3553 land line
714-204-2690 tour time only

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    Lynn L.

    "There are lots of trees that can be tapped and different ways to do it! (Although I would try to avoid using plastic.)..."

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  • New Discussion
    Lynn L.

    "In preparation for Peter Kurtz's tree taping workshop on Feb. 13th - http://www.meet­up.com... - here's a cool link - http://www.tapm­ytrees... and another great Green Dean article! MAPLE MANNA by Green Deane ht..."

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  • New Discussion
    Lynn L.

    "I've only seen Wintergreen plants in New Jersey.  Anyone see any in our area?  If so, please let us know where we can find them.  Thanks!  Lynn Links: https://en.wiki­pedia....."

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  • New Discussion
    Lynn L.

    "Addressing the issue of invasive plants from a positive perspective, The Rambunctious Garden by Emma Marris in 2010, is well worth the read - http://www.good­reads..... Below is an email I sent to her and her ..."

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  • New Discussion
    Lynn L.

    "From a Wild Foodie member: "I just finished reading Pawpaw, by Andrew Moore, published in August by Chelsea Green. It's a great book, and worth posting. It's a great read for anyone with an interest in foraging.""

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  • New Discussion
    Lynn L.

    "Following the "mallow" theme of last week, and as pointed out by one of our members, High Mallow can be found on the slope of Trader Joe's parking lot (2121 Market Street), next to the exit (although I haven't checked lately and assume the f..."

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  • New Discussion
    Lynn L.

    "Hi all - Tree tapping for maple syrup can happen as early as January. So, please let us know if you know of any events or want to schedule a meetup. I found a festival outside of Philly in Ambler for Feb 28 - http://www.wvwa­.org/m..., but wou..."

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  • New Discussion
    Lynn L.

    "Common mallow has been plentiful in Dickinson Square (S. Philly) this winter (while it was mild).  The deep freeze of the past few days might make it particularly easy to snap off parts and store in your freezer, dry, or cook...."

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  • New Discussion
    Lynn L.

    "I've never tasted a Partridgeberry,­ but the name has a holiday ring to it as it reminds me of a "Partridge in a pear tree" and the berry can persist from October through the winter months. Also, "The delectable-look­ing but nearly tastel..."

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  • New Discussion
    Lynn L.

    "It's probably too early to dig up Jerusalem Artichoke, due to the mild winter, but we can be prepared. The links below are great, but read this story first -  http://www.bona­ppetit...."

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