Jill Henderson ~ Show Me Oz
Acres USA – April 2017 issue
In the heart of the Midwest, River Hills Harvest is riding the new wave of demand for elderberry products. At the helm of this enterprise is Terry Durham, a long time advocate of sustainable agriculture, a builder of ground-breaking organizations and an elderberry expert best known for his devotion to developing the entire elderberry market from the ground up. “There is no competition for elderberry producers and growers are desperately needed to fill the rising demand for elderberry products.” Read more…safe PDF opens automatically.
By Jill Henderson – Show Me Oz –
Summer is a time of abundance in the natural world. It doesn’t take much searching to find plants, trees and shrubs that are either flowering, setting fruit or going to seed. And all it takes to fill one’s winter larder with this abundance is a little walking and a keen eye. July is a particularly bountiful month in which one of my favorite wild edibles, the common elderberry, begins to set and ripen its delicious, nutritious and medicinal fruits.
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