A few trips into the wilderness will net edible wild plants, great flavors for your family's larder.
The fleshy Chanterelle mushroom fruits from September to February on the West Coast, and almost all summer long on the East Coast.
Look at old plat maps to determine where a wild apple orchard may be located close to your farm.
The elusive Morel mushroom is fun to hunt and delicious to eat.
Wild strawberries are one of nature's greatest rewards.
Purslane contains alpha-linolenic acid, a sought-after Omega-3 fatty acid.
Blueberries begin to ripen in late summer and continue to produce for several weeks.
Raspberries and blackberries grow wild just about everywhere in the United States and may be found along the edges of walking trails, in city parks, along rural roadsides and even in overgrown backyards.