That's a question I intend to pursue and share the experience here. The human uses for Seaberry or Sea Buckthorn products (oil, supplements, juice, medicine) are many and varied. Sea Buckthorn powdered berries command a very high price and it's oil is even more highly prized. As important to me as I begin this experiment is the value of the plant as a wildlife food. The intensive forestry activity in Maine has greatly diminished the diversity and distribution of plants useful to many animals. While, assuming some success, I hope to harvest berries in both states, I have interest in discovering the acceptance and desirability of the plant to the indigenous wildlife.