- Photograph, collect pictures of or sketch fifteen edible wild plants. Identify each plant in the wild.
- Identify, in the wild, five trees and five shrubs which have edible parts.
- Identify, prepare, and eat five kinds of wild berries or fruits, three kinds of beverages, three salad plants, three potherbs (greens) and two tubers or roots.
- Demonstrate the preparation of wild foods in each of the following ways:
- Demonstrate how to prepare four parts of the common milkweed or day lily for food.
- Explain how to identify three “odd‑shaped” edible fungi and how to identify the deadly mushroom amanitas.
- What root plant can be dried and ground into meal?
- Know at least eight families embracing the poisonous or doubtful plants.
- What is the cardinal edibility rule?
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