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Wild, Edible and Poisonous Plants of Alaska
Wild Edible and Poisonous Plants of Alaska Author:Cooperative Extension Service "Wild edible greens, stems, roots and berries are still used in great quantity by many Alaskan natives. This is as it should be for these edibles often grow in quantity near villages. Many native villages are not situated where gardening would be practical.... — Another group of Alaskans who can use wild edible plants to a good advantage are home... more »steaders and others who live miles away from any grocery store....
It is hoped that this booklet will help those interested in recognizing the edible plant life around them. A section on poisonous plants has been added for there is a rumor around that 'there are no poisonous plants in Alaska.'« less