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Since 2000, when he won the Hazel Wood National Wild Foods Cooking Contest, Sam has been teaching regularly on edible wild plants, giving workshops across the United States. In 2002 he was inducted into the National Wild Foods Hall of Fame at North Bend State Park in West Virginia. Along with speaking and writing, he is also a maple syrup producer, wild rice harvester, and owns a small organic orchard.
Besides wild food foraging, Sam is an all-around naturalist with particular interest in reptiles, amphibians, bird watching, botany, and mammals. His passion for wild food extends to studying the origin of cultivated plants and the socio-economic history of the human diet.
listed some edible plants and had small pictures. would not trust this book as an eating guide. needs better and bigger pictures.Published 5 days ago by william
I had the pleasure of meeting Samuel in person. It was very kind of him to show us his shop, and take the time to talk to me even though he was very busy( I appreciate it very... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Molly Meyer
He writes wonderfully informative books. Far more helpful info than any other wild edible books I've read. I can't wait for more books! I hope there will be more!Published 21 days ago by muffin
Haven't used it as much as I thought I would, but it's well done.Published 1 month ago by Sherry Oliver
I bought this for my dad and he said he was interested in reading it. I looked through it when I got it in the mail. Interesting.Published 1 month ago by Regina Mason