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The Survival Series Part Six: Stinging Nettle

In a world that seems to be dominated by fast and convenient food, do you ever wonder if there’s such thing as a free meal? 377 more words

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Nature's Imprints

Foraging isn’t always about the food. The connection to nature penetrates much deeper.

Foraging allows us to connect to all the species within our landscape, and while we may think that we’re leaving with a basket full of nettles, we’re also leaving with an infinite amount of nature’s imprints… for example, the sight and song of this white-breasted nuthatch, who kept my eyes off the woodland floor for just a few moments while it danced up and down the tree. 59 more words

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BLOG | Into the woods

Last summer, Lizzie – my fellow Aussie and Masters buddy – headed off to Sweden for a couple of weeks. Thanks to her expert internet stalking – I mean, … 871 more words

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Off to Salisbury Plain...

This weekend I’m off to the heart of old Wessex on Salisbury Plain, I’m staying a stone’s throw from the henge and it’s quite exciting (if I wasn’t going to be working so hard).  103 more words

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Of to the Southwest....

This weekend I’m off to the heart of old Wessex on Salisbury Plain, I’m staying a stone’s through from the henge and it’s quite exciting (if I wasn’t going to be working so hard).  103 more words

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Spring Break Fun: Junior Forager Adventures

Spring break is a time to load the car and head South to warmer climes, don sandals and enjoy the outdoors.

If you are headed out of town, be sure to visit area nature centers and eco-preserves to walk the trails and experience the land that might be different than in the Great Lakes. 507 more words

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Harvest Monday Tuesday - March 30 31, 2015

Whoops. I was so busy cleaning the balcony yesterday that I forgot about Harvest Monday.

Continuing in the same vein as before, with arugula:

And kale: 78 more words

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