July 31: Edible Plants Walk

by Ian Maclellan

My brothers and I did an edible plants walk at Blue Heron Organic Farm in Lincoln, MA. The walk was nice the guy leading the walk was not so nice. He really didn’t understand questions or children.

I did learn that you can make a delicious fruit leather from autumn olive berries, which is really useful because autumn olive is an invasive plant in Massachusetts and I actually had to kill one today for work. Alex just might be a more useful resource on this sort of thing. Alex taught me that they put peanut butter on pieces of aluminum foil that they then put on electric fences, so that deer lick it and realize the fence is electric.
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