How do we really define "wilderness" anyway? They say in this article it is areas without a "human footprint" but does such a thing even exist anymore? Foraging and gardening throughout the whole growing season, all in one dish. I know we don't forage mosquitoes, but... Is destroying entire species that are harmful to humans "wrong?" Where do we draw the line? How do we make these kinds of decisions, based on what criteria? What are your top plants to collect for food, medicine or other in the wild? Managed to ID some evening primrose in the garden. I'm not crazy about the plant itself, but I did try the flowers and they tasted pretty good. Sweet almost. Not sure it's something I'd eat in any quantity though. Exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals is likely leading to an increased risk of serious health problems costing at least $175 billion (U.S.) per year in Europe alone, according to a study published Thursday. Chemicals that can mimic or block estrogen o... This can't be worth it... The leaders of Wild thought you might also enjoy participating in gardening, so they've made it a part of their community neighborhood! Check out the rest of Wild community's neighborhood here.