Plant Scavenger Hunt Bibliography

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  1. Whitney, Stephen. The Audubon Society Nature Guides: Western Forests. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1990.
  2. Ornduff, Robert. Introduction to California Plant Life. Berkeley; California: University of California Press. 1974.
  3. Roos-Collins, Margit. The Flavors of Home. Berkeley; California: Heyday Books. 1990.
  4. Murphey, Edith Van Allen. Indian Uses of Native Plants. Ukiah; California: Mendocino County Historical Society. 1987.
  5. Smith, James Payne, Jr. Vascular Plant Families. Eureka; California: Mad River Press, Inc. 1977.
  6. Ody, Penelope. The Complete Medicinal Herbal. New York: Dorling Kindersley, Inc. 1993.
  7. Westrich, Lolo. California Herbal Remedies. Houston: Texas: Gulf Publishing Co. 1989.
  8. Smiley, Kimberly. Personal experience. Big Sur; California. 1987-1994.
  9. Ferris, Roxana. Native Shrubs of the San Francisco Bay Region. Berkeley; California: University of California Press. 1968.
  10. Bickford, Charisse and Paul Rich. Vegetation and Flora of the Landels-Hill Big Creek Reserve. Santa Cruz; California: Environmental Field Program. 1984.
  11. Lewis, Walter H. and Memory P.F. Elvin-Lewis. Medical Botany: Plants affecting Man’s Health. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1977.
  12.  Hickman, James C., ed. The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California. Berkeley; California: University of California Press. 1993.
  13. Raven, Peter H. Native Shrubs of Southern California. Los Angeles; California: University of California Press. 1966.
  14. Norris, Kenneth.Personal research. Retold by Leslie Dawson to Brownie Troop at NRS Valentine Reserve: SNARL. Mammoth Lakes; California. 1987.
  15. Becking, Dr. Dudolf W. Pocket Flora of the Redwood Forest. Covelo; California: Island Press. 1982.
  16. Wiltens, James. Thistle Greens and Mistletoe: Edible and Poisonous Plants of Northern California. Berkeley; California: Wilderness Press. 1986.
  17. Sweet, Muriel. Common Edible and Useful Plants of the West. Happy Camp; California: Naturegraph Pub. 1976.
  18. Pohl, Richard W. How to Know the Grasses: Third Edition. The Picture Key Nature Series. Dubuque; Iowa: Wm. C. Brown Co. 1968.
  19. Shook, Dr. Edward E. Elementary Treatise in Herbology. Beaumont; California: Trinity Press. 1974.
  20. Martin, Alexander C., Herbert S. Zim, and Arnold L. Nelson. American Wildlife & Plants: A Guide to Wildlife Food Habits. New York: Dover Pub. 1951.
  21. Phillips, Sarah. Wildflower of the Fremont National Forest: A Coloring Book. Celebrating Wildflowers: “Every Species Counts” Series. Fremont National Forest Service. no date.
  22. Niehaus, Theodore F. and Charles L. Ripper. A Field Guide to Pacific States Wildflowers. A Peterson Field Guide Series. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1976.
  23. Balch, James F. M.D. and Phyllis A. Balch, C.N.C. Perscription for Nutritional Healing. Golden City Park; New York: Avery Pub. Group Inc. 1990.
  24. Coon, Nelson. An American Herbal: Using Plants for Healing. Emmaus; Pa.: Rodale Press. 1979. FEYNNER’S BOOK
  25. Keator, Glenn. Complete Garden Guide to the Native Perennials of California. San Fransisco; California: Chronicle Books. 1990.
  26. Borror, Donald J. Dictionary of Word Roots and Combining Forms. Palo Alto, California: Mayfield Pub. Co. 1960.
  27. Lyons, Kathleen and Mary Beth Coony-Lazaneo. Plants of the Coast Redwood Region. Boulder Creek, California: Looking Press. 1988.
  28. The Audubon Society. Field Guide to North American Trees: Western Region. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1980.
  29. Brown, Lauren. The Audubon Society Nature Guides: Grasslands. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1985.
  30. Munz, Philip A. A California Flora and Supplement. Berkeley: University of Calif. Press. 1973.
  31. Balls, Edward K. Early Uses of California Plants. Berkeley: University of Calif. Press. 1962.
  32. Pepin, Glenda.Personal Experience. Glendale; California. 1960-2000.
  33. Pavlik, Bruce M. et al. Oaks of California. Los Olivos, California: Cachuma Press. 1991.
  34. Schmidt, Marjorie G. Growing California Native Plants. Berkeley: University of Calif. Press. 1980.
  35. Moore, Michael. Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Red Crane Books. 1995.
  36. Landis, Betsey. Southern California Native Plants for School Gardens. California Native Plant Society: Los Angeles/Santa Monica Mtns. Chapter. 1999.
  37. Belzer, Thomas J. Roadside Plants of Southern California. Missoula, Montana: Mountain Press Pub. Co. 1984.