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The Dandelion: Strong Medicine for Social Justice

As the homestretch of the new federal administration’s first 100 days  and the warmth of a rising spring approaches, I am reflecting on a few interesting connections I’ve stumbled across recently between Dandelion and and the pursuit of social justice. 1,242 more words


Welcome spring, time to celebrate 🎈

Spring is finally here in the garden 🌾

Here are spring time pictures from my garden🌷

From majestic maples to Bright yellow dandelion flowers a highly beneficial which we carelessly call a weed and ignore its importance 🌼 25 more words

Yellow Spring Blooms – Not all good

Yellow announces spring. Forsythia, with long flowing branches covered in tiny horn-shaped blossoms, promise warmer days. If I had only one bush in my yard, it’d be forsythia, never trimmed except for dead branches and those that cross another branch. 462 more words


Kid-friendly Kale & Swiss Chard Pesto Recipe

Check out this delicious, truly good-for-you recipe that helps make the prep process interesting for children, thanks to the folks at Healthy Foods for Healthy Kids. 374 more words

Dandelion Jelly-You Gotta Try It!

Last season I decided to try making dandelion jelly. I read people’s comments on how good it was and many of them said they would be making a double batch next year. 593 more words