May 28, 2023

Common Evening-Primrose: October 2020; Harvest Moon

Common Name: common evening-primrose Latin Name: Oenothera biennis L. Plant Family: Onagraceae Habitat: gardens, fields, meadows; (needs sun) Morphology: leaf type= simple; leaf arrangement= alternating flower= yellow, divided into 4 parts (i.e., petals) Phenology: biennial (1st year is only in it’s basal state, while in it’s in the 2nd year that it flowers and fruits) Traditional Uses: …

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Foraging Friday: Free Classes in FL!

The latest from author and forager, Max Gordon, 01/09/2023 Here is your weekly dose of Foraging Friday, a list of what I’m pondering and exploring. I hope you’re having a great holiday season! Thank you for supporting my work. Please consider checking out these seasonal products for you are your family: 1) Homebiotic: household products that protect your home …

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MAXIMILIAN’S NEWSLETTER

Foraging Friday: 2/17/23 Here is your weekly dose of Foraging Friday, a list of what I’m pondering and exploring. Ask(s) of the Week: – Check out the new survival skills classes! – We have hand-made axes and knives available! – Join this group, if we’ve worked together Upcoming events: – FREE SURVIVAL SKILLS SEMINAR – Jupiter Beach – SURVIVAL SKILLS: Q &A – …

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Foraging Friday: 02/24/2023

Here is your weekly dose of Foraging Friday, a list of what I’m pondering and exploring. What i’m Researching: “In the 1980s, anthropologists argued that tropical rainforests were unattractive environments for long-term human navigation, subsistence and occupation. Meanwhile, archaeologists have traditionally held that Homo sapiens only intensively colonized rainforests during the Holocene, from c. 11 thousand years ago …

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