Alan Holt

The Wild Food Trail Guide


A fun, non-technical field guide to North America's most common edible plants for the dabbling forager. Features maps to help identify likely locations, information on seasonality and plant habitats, and more than twenty-five uses for these wild delights.

Learn how to collect sap from birch trees for sugaring, spice up a salad with wild mustard flowers, and how to use jewelweed as a remedy for poison ivy rash.

Soft cover with black and white illustrations throughout.

Edition: 1976.

Condition: Very good.

Measures ~5"x8". 230 pages.