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Maple Trees

November 19, 2017

Winter is a great time to explore the property as there are many areas that are hard to get to at other times of the year. 489 more words

Family

Identifying Wild Edibles on the New Property

Over the years, while working in the backyard or just sittin’, sippin’ on a mead or homemade wine I’ve wondered how many of the plants under my feet are edible. 631 more words

Harvesting

Early Fall in Louisiana

I can’t believe it’s been since the summer solstice that I have sat down to share with you. It’s been an incredibly busy summer full of wonderful things, and yet, with all of that goodness comes the overwhelm at feeling busy with so many tasks each day and yet not feeling a sense of growth around any of it. 1,155 more words

Of Nannies and Witches

As we fall into autumn, mesmerized by the colorful leaves spinning in the breeze and sashaying their way to the ground, be watchful of nannies and witches, for this is their season too – trailside surprises that can delight, nourish and heal. 732 more words

Arianna Alexsandra Collins

Dandelion: The Teeth of the Lion

My article on dandelion just ran in the local MS magazine, Catfish Alley, and I wanted to share it here with you…

There is no spring-time herb (well, almost year-round in Mississippi) that is better to talk about than dandelion ( 1,079 more words

Herbs

Foraging New Jersey - Late Summer Mushrooms!

Despite sporadic rains the late summer mushroom harvest has been tremendously strong. I’ve been finding Hen of the Woods (Grifola frondosa) and Chicken of the Woods (Laetiporus sulphureus) in great quantity. 48 more words

Primitive & Outdoor Living Skills