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- Healing with Medicinal Plants of the West – Third Edition Revised
Authors: Cecilia Garcia and James David Adams, Jr. Publisher: Abedus Press; Third Edition (Revised 2016)
- Hiking and Backpacking Santa Barbara and Ventura: A complete guide to the trails of the southern Los Padres National Forest
Author: Craig Carey Publisher: Wilderness Press (June 19, 2012) Paperback: 406 pages About the Book:
- How To Survive Anywhere
Author: Christopher Nyerges Publisher: Stackpole Books; Second edition (2014) Paperback: 296 pages Whether you’re in
- Kumeyaay Ethnobotany
Author: Michael Wilken-Robertson Publisher: Sunbelt Publications (2018) Paperback: 312 pages For thousands of years, the
- Medicinal Plants of the Desert and Canyon West
Author: Michael Moore Publisher: Museum of New Mexico Press (1989) Paperback: 368 pages, 28 color plates,
- Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West
Author: Michael Moore Publisher: Museum of New Mexico Press, Revised Expanded edition (August 2003) Paperback:
- Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West
Author: Michael Moore Publisher: Museum of New Mexico Press (2011) Paperback: 359 pages From the
- New Wildcrafted Cuisine: Exploring the Exotic Gastronomy of Local Terroir
Author: Pascal Baudar Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing (March, 2016) Hardcover: 432 pages With detailed recipes for ferments, infusions,
- Ojai Trails
Brand new 2014 edition is out! Now expanded to 24 trails. A fold-out map of
- Pacific Coast Tree Finder: A pocket manual for identifying Pacific Coast trees
Author: Tom Watts Publisher: Nature Study Guild Publishing; Second edition (2004) Paperback: 63 pages The classic key to identifying native