We hope that you enjoyed filling out the first part of your Herb Spirits section in the zine yesterday. Some people may have a lot of experience with Sumac; whereas, others not so much. If you are having a little trouble finding it in your area, here are some good facts to know. Sumac grows mostly in the mainland states of this country. People have found it on disturbed sites, abandoned fields, upland prairies, openings in forests, and fence rows. It is important to know that there are some plants that look like Sumac but really may be poisonous. If the plants look like Sumac but the berries are white andsmooth, it’s best to leave them alone. Have you found Sumac in your area?
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