Month: August 2013

The Case for Native Food Crops

Share… This is an excerpt from an upcoming article to be published by the Rachel Carson Center for World Food Day, October 2013. -Wild Local Food, Alicia Funk Although “nature” is a word used commonly with reverence, much of our real, daily connection to the natural world has been lost. With a changing climate, a 75% […]

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August: Wild Berries & Yerba Santa

Share…This blog is an annual journey of getting closer to the place I live through using native plants on a daily basis. By recording the experience every day, I hope to keep discovering what really works. 1 Pearly Everlasting: This beautiful native flower grows on hillsides and disturbed areas. I’m collecting a lot right now […]

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