Edible Wild Plants of Winter

Foraging for nutritious, native wild foods, including cranberry, cattail and watercress.



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Wild food foraging doesn’t have to be a fair-weather activity.
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Cattails
Grind cattail root into flour for biscuits. 
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Cranberry
Finish your edible wild plant feast with cranberry dessert.  
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Watercress
Wild watercress grows quite well in the middle of winter.
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