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See an inventory of edible, medicinal and insectory plants at LongGreenHouse in the last week of September 2011. In fall 2008, the .42 acre site was mostly lawn with two apple trees, a silver maple, highbush blueberry and some ornamentals.

Under the guidance of Charles and Julia Yelton, and UMaine professors Joline Blais, gkisedtanamoogk, Cheryl Robertson, Emily Markides, and Mi'kmaq Clan Mother Miigam'agan, as well as grad students William Giordano, and Julian Epps, the site is currently a lush edible landscape full of perennials, herbs, fruit and nut trees, berries and medicines.

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