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Wildcraft Journal

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Wildcraft Journal

25.00

Let this journal become your source for the magic you create from wild medicinal and edible plants or fungi. Record and map out your harvests each season for years to come, and plot out your months week by week. Soon this journal will be a materia medica filled with your gained knowledge, and ability to see habitats as natures gardens. Fill this journal with your own art work, credited images from others, or photos you have taken, documenting the flora.

-Find the poisonous or toxic plants most common to your area and get to know those first.

-Always practice sustainable wildcrafting ethics, and Leave No Trace model.-Only harvest plants where you can see over 100 of the same, taking only 10% from each 100. 

-Do not take whole plants if you do not need them, only harvest what you will use, and always bury your holes when digging roots. 

-Shake your mushrooms or seed heads for dispersal of new growth, and never just rip either out of the earth, use a clean cut. 

-Collect in mesh, baskets or paper bags so your mushroom spores can fall out, and your plants can breathe. 

-Come back to the same area every season to track its changes, are you making it better or worse?

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Let this journal become your source for the magic you create from wild medicinal and edible plants or fungi. Record and map out your harvests each season for years to come, and plot out your months week by week. Soon this journal will be a materia medica filled with your gained knowledge, and ability to see habitats as natures gardens. Fill this journal with your own art work, credited images from others, or photos you have taken, documenting the flora.

-Find the poisonous or toxic plants most common to your area and get to know those first.

-Always practice sustainable wildcrafting ethics, and Leave No Trace model.-Only harvest plants where you can see over 100 of the same, taking only 10% from each 100. 

-Do not take whole plants if you do not need them, only harvest what you will use, and always bury your holes when digging roots. 

-Shake your mushrooms or seed heads for dispersal of new growth, and never just rip either out of the earth, use a clean cut. 

-Collect in mesh, baskets or paper bags so your mushroom spores can fall out, and your plants can breathe. 

-Come back to the same area every season to track its changes, are you making it better or worse?