Native plants require no irrigation or soil amendments!

A local blogger from the North Okanagan posted some thought provoking suggestions for food sources that are truly sustainable and resilient!

Of course he starts out with what the local indiginous people harvested before contact, but he added a lot of other crops too, but i will copy and paste some here!

 

Or you can read it directly at

http://okanaganokanogan.com/2013/06/11/ten-new-commercial-fruit-crops-for-the-okanagan/

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