Title: Wild Edible Plants of New Mexico
Author: Charles W. Kane
Profiling the state's most important wild botanical foods, Wild Edible Plants of New Mexico is a good fit for the camper/hiker, plant utilitarian, or prepper in need of a concise guide to the subject. Readers will find the booklet's cliff-notes type of orientation on-target and ramble-free with a discussion of each plant's (64) edible use and preparation the publication's primary goal. Additional sections include range and habitat, medicinal uses (if applicable), cautions, special notes, and a 450-listing general index. Each profile is accented by 2-3 color photos (over 180 in total), a New Mexico only county-by-county location image, seasonal and plant-part indicators, and a sustenance rating.
Length: 72 pages
Publisher: Lincoln Town Press, First Edition
Publishing Date: May 1, 2020
Dimensions: 5.4" x 0.4" x 8.3"