Species with high environmental, economic, and production potential for temperate agroforestry
Can be eaten raw or cooked. Great for a savory/sweet addition to dishes or dried for flour.
A smoky, sweet, buttery nut high in protein, vitamin B6, and healthy fats. Raw or as oil.
Can be eaten raw, used for cider, or put into pies, jams, or jellies.
This wild fruit is referred to as the banana of the Midwest. Best eaten raw or frozen in desserts.
A healthy nut usually eaten raw and used as additions to sweet or savory dishes.
Eaten like an apple, this honey flavored fruit has been known to provide many antioxidants.
Sweet and juicy, this fruit goes nicely into jams, jellies, sauces, and more.
Popular as a health food for its high antioxidant levels. Its juice has many medicinal uses but can also be used for a jam.
Eaten raw or cooked, this berry has a wide variety of uses. Also known to have medicinal benefits.
This berry has been found to have one of the highest concentrations of antioxidant levels in fruit around the world.
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This healthy berry is high in vitamin C and antioxidants. Best in jams, liqueurs, or eaten raw.