Pat Armstrong's Wild Plant Family Cookbook is now available in Kindle form. Soon it will come out in Nook and pdf form. Pat's Prairie Poetry will soon be available in pdf form. Go to blazing-star.com/joomla/ebooks for information and how to order.
She will also be teaching a two-week Introduction to Edible Wild Plants and a five-week Edible Wild Plants of Summer class for the Resiliency Institute in Naperville. Go to theresiliencyinstitute.net for information and how to register.
Looking for seeds that you may not normally find in stores or catalogs? Try Gourmet Seed International (gourmetseed.com) and Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds (rareseeds.com). Let us know if you try a unique vegetable this season!
Sunday, May 19, 2013
"Thanks so very much to all of you who donated your time, dug plants, circulated advertising fliers, created poster boards, or contributed in other ways," said plant sale coordinator Nancy Carlson.
Thanks to Annie Jagielski for the photos.
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