Edible plants in utah book

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Wild Utah Edibles: Edible plants of Utah and the Rockies by Mike Wood

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Wild Utah edibles Harvesting Elderberries

Practical Guide to Utah's Wild Edible Plants

He needed somebody to talk about edible plants that the pioneers might have seen in their Trek West. I knew very little about the topic at the time but as I drove into this activity I was quickly hooked. Once I was able to start finding the information about the wild edibles I was seeing here in Utah I became excited. I was thrilled by the amount of food I found growing out in the desert where I live west of Utah Lake. Since it was difficult for me to find through books and online research the information 2 clearly identify these plans I soon decided to make a website to show the plans and their identification. That was the birth of Wild Utah Edibles. Many years later, I am still very excited about the topic and love to learn all I can about the plants in the wild.

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Stretching from the snowy peaks of the Wellsville Mountains, south to the sandstone shadows of Beaver Dam Wash, an ancient, native relationship provided unity to the diverse landscape. It is admired in the haunting tune of a wind pipe, it comports like a wool blanket; and its tapestry goes beyond the cliff art at Potash, and preceded John Wesley Powell and Brigham Young. The Ute, Shoshone, Piute, Goshute, and Navajo cultures each echo today an enduring sustaining relationship bonded to the reliable plant life in a diverse land. Despite his short stature and sharp countenance, this ally was able to provide a fleshy, refreshing fruit. After rolling repeatedly through the direct to lose his spines, and soaking in water; there sparks a reaction of the most spectacular die; which was often orchestrated into many shades of red. Despite his stature on the lonely desert floor, the prickly pear creates a color that epitomizes the Navajo beauty and lives on to future generations.

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