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The Lamest of All the State Flowers...Or Is it?

Neither MrE nor myself have ever been to the US State of Maine. This isn’t so astonishing for my case, but my husband has been to 48 out of all 50 states, so far. 146 more words

State Flower Drawing

Pine Pasta

This is not the height of foraging season. We have loads of snow and the ground is frozen and completely inaccessible. Yet there is a surprising amount of wild edibles that can still be found and used at this time of year – mostly from trees. 512 more words

Recipes

Revisiting a Raised-Root Cascade White Pine-

This tree has developed quite a bit in the last few years. The exposed roots have grown in size, and the development of the branches made our re-tweaking a bit more complete. 293 more words

Before And After

White Pine

At my school, a sort of challenge called White Pine has been introduced to us. The idea is to motivate students to read the ten White Pine books and attend regular book discussions to get credit for having read them. 153 more words

My Journey

Pine Trees and their Medicinal Uses

As a child growing up in California, I loved to hear the breeze through the Ponderosa pines. Because these trees are so tall (over 230 feet high), there is a distinct sound that I’ve not heard in any other forest that I’ve walked through.   643 more words

Neagari Goyomatsu

Recently I was given this exposed root White pine to wire. It is a customers tree that he wanted wired.

For an exposed root I think it has character, it’s pretty old and nice small leaf quality. 18 more words

Japan

Traditional Medicinal Uses of Pine Tree Needles

White pine aka Weymouth Pine and Northern White Pine, is a tree native to Canada, and is favoured for woodwork carvings and furniture construction.
This soft pine is the provincial tree of Ontario, Canada and is one of the most commercially valuable trees for eastern North America. 492 more words

Natural Health