How Cherokees Used Trees for Food, Medicine, and Craft
There are those articles that stir ideas, that offer small smatterings of information often prefaced with a bold title. These articles are very important to the content of the community. This article is not that type. This is a well crafted and thoughtful article filled with links and details. There are four trees that are painstakingly profiled in this great article. I would be surprised to find this much information even in a field guide.
Each of the trees detailed in the article offer a miraculous amount of resources for the survivalist. It’s not always about what falls or grows on the tree. For example the hickory drops nuts that are a favorite of many wildlife species. With this information you know what trees offer up the possibilities of hard earned protein. You will enjoy this detailed report on the woodsmanship of the Cherokees.