Author Topic: Medicinal Forest Species List  (Read 942 times)

Offline 4Doose

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Medicinal Forest Species List
« on: August 22, 2013, 01:12:42 PM »
Greetings

A friend relayed to me part of a discussion he listened to where a teacher from somewhere was expressing his desire for a place he could reliably take students for field work and wildcrafting.


So I said to myself, self... this sounds like something you may wish to do.

I have several books yet I notice a lot of repetition among them. What I am looking to do is build a list of medicinals I can gradually incorporate into my Montana property. If you have personal knowledge or know someone that does and would like to contribute, that would be lovely.

My goal is to barter resources for education. It would also be a worthwhile use of acreage in addition to the other resources I am currently building. In the works is a mini medieval trades area. Blacksmith, pottery, wood working and 3 empty stalls/shops yet to be decided upon. Right now its just friends, family and fun but who knows if done right it may present an income stream one day.

Anyways thanks for any input on any topic.

Offline Jerry D Young

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Re: Medicinal Forest Species List
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2013, 03:08:53 PM »
I like your plan. I don't have much practical experience on useful plants, other than my reference works. I only know and recognize a few, so I can't help you there. However I have a few ideas for the extra 3 work stalls.

Coppersmith & tinsmith tools & equipment
Optical products tools & equipment
Mechanics tools & equipment
Wood working tools & equipment (finish work, furniture & cabinetry)
Cobbler/saddler/harness maker's tools & equipment
Cooper's tools & equipment
Wheelwright's tools & equipment
Gunsmithing/reloading/bowsmithing/arrowsmithing tools & equipment
Attached open-air blacksmith area
Metal forging tools
Metal casting tools
Ore smelting tools & equipment
Mineral/earth/rock products processing shed
Lapidary work area w/tools & equipment
Flint/obsidian knapping tools & equipment
Gold & silver working tools & equipment
Petroleum products refining tools & equipment
Natural Remedies Apothecary
Masonry/stone tools & equipment
Pottery & ceramics tools & equipment
Glass making tools & equipment
Chemical lab
Biology lab
Medical lab
Physics lab
Optical lab
Electronics lab
Black powder production shed
Acetylene production shed
Oxygen/hydrogen production shed
Candle making tools, equipment & supplies
Fabric, cloth, & rope production tools & equipment
Tanning, leather & furrier tools & equipment
Quill making tools & equipment
Glue production tolls & equipment
Ink production tools & equipment
Paper production tools & equipment
Basket-making & other plant weaving product tools & equipment
Plant oil press
Rubber rendering, molding & curing tools & equipment

If you are interested, I have a long list for a self-sufficient estate much like you are talking about, and from which I took this list. Just PM me and I can make arrangements to e-mail it to you.

Just my opinion.