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Published on Friday, September 27, 2013

Citizens Advisory Committee Food Forest Plant List

City of Spokane

The Inland NW Food Forest Council is working with the City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department to develop a food forest plant list. I post the most current version as an Excel spreadsheet on Dropbox.  To view the file CLICK HERE.  

Dropbox is a great file sharing tool.  If you install Dropbox using the following link both you and I will receive an extra 0.5GB cloud storage.  INSTALL DROPBOX.

Also posted to this Dropbox folder is a change log as an OpenDocument (odt) file.

Where does the plant list go from here? We could develop this into an online database with cultivar sources, reviews and ratings.



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