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Central Florida Wild Edibles | Withlacoochee Permaculture Guild

Central Florida Wild Edibles | Withlacoochee Permaculture Guild

Central Florida Wild Edibles | Withlacoochee Permaculture Guild

Central Florida Wild Edibles | Withlacoochee Permaculture Guild

Gardening Solutions Infographics - Gardening Solutions - University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

A fun infographic on the vegetables you can plant this month in Florida, on your Florida Gardening Solutions, from the Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology

Visual #BibleVerseoftheDay: A foraging Snowy Egret, Central Florida and Proverbs 27:19. “As water reflects the face, so one’s life reflects the heart…” CLICK THE PHOTO for the complete passage.

Visual A foraging Snowy Egret, Central Florida and Proverbs “As water reflects the face, so one’s life reflects the heart…” CLICK THE PHOTO for the complete passage.

Guess what we had for dinner tonight! You’ll never get it…acorns! In central Florida right now we are blessed with acorns dropping from the oaks. We decided to try this free food which the India...

Acorn burgers: the benefits of eating like squirrels

Acorn burgers: the benefits of eating like squirrels - Homegrown in the Valley

The Edible Plant Project (EPP) is a volunteer-based, nonprofit organization working to promote edible landscaping & local food abundance in North Central Florida. The goal of the EPP is to create positive alternatives to the unsustainable food system in this country ~

The Edible Front Yard- Ivette Soler

Edible plant project...promoting edible landscaping and local food abundance in north central florida. Cool blog.

The Edible Plant Project (EPP) is a volunteer-based, nonprofit organization working to promote edible landscaping and local food abundance in North Central Florida. (left, Gathering Mulberries) A special focus of EPP is tree crops: fruit and nut trees.

We used to see the Tufted Titmouse regularly in Virginia. I've not seen one in Texas yet.  They are acrobatic foragers.

The Oak and Juniper titmice of the western United States don't overlap in range with Tufted Titmouse.

Endangered- Florida grasshopper sparrows are small, short-tailed birds. They are found in the prairies of south-central Florida in Osceola, Polk, Highlands, and Okeechobee counties. Adult Florida grasshopper sparrows are very sedentary, most occupying the same 4 - acre territory for their entire life span of 2-3 years. They forage opportunistically as they skulk along the ground and low in the grass. Adults eat grasshoppers, crickets, moths, caterpillars, flies, and seeds of grasses and…

Florida grasshopper sparrow, an endangered bird found in central Florida. I think one of these sparrows was at my bird feeder yesterday in Orlando, FL. Will have to take a closer look if he returns.

A Sampling of Native Edible Plants of the Central Florida Region

Scientific Name: Cocoloba Uvifera Common Name(s): Hopwood, Horsewood, Sea Grape Edible: yes Medicinal: no Parts Used: fruit

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