Can foraging for food in local forests help reduce your carbon footprint?



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    If you’re able to find food and that food takes the place of food you may have driven to a store to buy, then there may be a small reduction in your personal carbon footprint.

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    An even better option is urban foraging. A bunch of weeds have edible parts, like dandelion, chickweed, lamb’s-quarters, and blackberries. You can pick them on walks in the neighborhood, or when you’re just going about your day. Since you don’t have to burn any gas getting to the place to forage you increase your savings further.

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