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Forage for Autumnberries

Autumnberries have many names. Elaeagnus, Autumn Olives, and locally "inside-out berries." These plants are amazing! They fix nitrogen in the soil, grow with little or no care, produce ridiculous amounts of fruit that are unique and delicious. They are also nutritionally considered to be super food, not only with omega 3 fatty acids (very rare plants) but also 17 times the lycopene as tomatoes!
A general tour of other edible and wild plants nearby will also be available.

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  • Michael

    Hey Kevin,
    I'm looking forward to this. I've been away on vacation for a couple of months so I'm looking forward to making contact again. See you soon.

    August 13, 2012

  • Anna C.

    Is anyone driving from Oakland or somewhere close?

    August 13, 2012

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