In no particular order, here are the websites I love to go to for information and inspiration. You can click on the titles to go see each one for yourself. Enjoy!
Foraging and Feasting
What I like most about this website and blog are the beautiful botanical drawings.
This is the work of Jim McDonald, a Michigan Herbalist. I love the humor and human-ness he brings to his excellent writing about all things herb-y.
Rosalee de la Forêt writes prolifically about Food as Medicine, and publishes great recipes.
Eat the Weeds
Green Dean lives in Florida, and surprisingly a LOT of the plants he writes about are here in Wisconsin, too.
Learn Your Land
Adam Haritan lives in Western Pennsylvania, another area that has many plants that are also found in Wisconsin. He produces great videos with tons of super good information about wild edibles and mushrooms. I had a great opportunity to meet him this summer when he was traveling in Wisconsin, and I can say that he is every bit as animated and kind in person as he is in his videos.
Sam Thayer is a Wisconsin native who is an avid Forager and Teacher. He and his wife Melissa have a store in Bruce, Wisconsin, right on Highway 8. They hold classes there and other places as well.
Alan Bergo is a Minneapolis based chef who specializes in using wild foods in his menu. I had to fun opportunity to take a class with him this fall, he is thoroughly entertaining and knowledgeable.
Edible Wild Food
Karen Stephenson lives in Canada and writes a great blog with tons of plant information and recipes.
Grow Forage Cook Ferment
Colleen Codekas lives in Southern Oregon and has a beautiful website packed with loads of rich information about living close to the land.