Desert the slow, terrible armies of the cautious – use foraging as a springboard for creativity.
“Foraging” certainly implies a degree of searching, and some wild plants can take a good bit of finding. But it is much more efficient and rewarding to learn to recognise resources that are hidden in plain sight close to home.
A guest blog from award winning author Sarah Thomas on foraging in SW Scotland during the Corona Virus epidemic
A reminiscence exploring culture, food and foraging in rural Russia in the 1950’s, by Eslande Goode Ramos
Reviews of important fungi reference books that are not identification guides:
Entangled Life – Merlin Sheldrake
Mycelium Running – Paul Stamets
Radical Mycology – Peter McCoy