FIELD GUIDE TO EDIBLE WILD PLANTS
Author: Bradford Angier
Publisher: STACKPOLE BOOKS, May 2008
Second edition of the classic guidebook covers how to find, prepare, & eat plants growing in the wild. Includes each plants characteristics, distribution, & edibility as well as updated taxonomy. 133 color illus; 5.5x8 inches, 285 pgs.
* First-ever revision of a classic guidebook
* Essential information on each plants characteristics, distribution, & edibility as well as updated taxonomy & 18 new species
* How to find, prepare, & eat plants growing in the wild
This illustrated guide to North American wild edibles has been a nature classic for over thirty years. In this new edition, David K. Foster revises Bradford Angiers invaluable foraging handbook, updating the taxonomy & adding more than a dozen species. Scientific information for a general audience & full-color illustrations combine with intriguing accounts of the plants uses, making this a practical guide for modern-day foragers.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bradford Angier is the author of numerous best-selling books on nature & outdoor living, including Field Guide to Medicinal Wild Plants (978-0-8117-2076-2), Wilderness Shelters & How to Build Them (978-1-5857-4430-5), & Looking for Gold (978-0-8117-2034-2). David K. Foster is associate professor of biology & environmental science at Messiah College in Pennsylvania & a member of the Society of American Foresters.