Making natural incense is as easy as a stroll through your garden, forest, or local park. Just follow these easy instructions!Continue Reading → Share
Mite infestations in chickens, turkeys, and game birds can run from a nuisance to a health hazard to death, depending on the severity of the infestation. While mites can accumulate due to poor coop and pen management, even the most fastidious poultry keeper may find mites in the hen house. Mites can be brought in by wild birds, rodents, even on the shoes and clothes of people returning home from visiting other ...Continue Reading → Share
In the Pacific Northwest, we’ve been enjoying a relatively warm and very wet winter. Nettles are up, wild mustard is flourishing, I’m hearing bird song that I haven’t heard in a long time. Oregon grape has flower buds on it already. As I nibble on plant bits, I can taste their strong medicine, which means sap is flowing. What I can tell you is that it’s going to be an early spring and there is a lot of mold and ...Continue Reading → Share
A thread that continues throughout my community workshops and programs is how to “get the medicine to the people in ways that they will enjoy taking so that healing can occur.” There are times when an alcohol tincture can’t or won’t be ingested for a variety of reasons. People may not like ...Continue Reading → Share
Spring is (finally) in the air here in the PNW; buds are popping open, and plants are emerging. The herbs in my garden are arising healthy and rarin’ to go after a cold winter’s sleep under mineral rich rotting leaves. It seems that everyone has spring fever!
Lately I’ve been talking with a lot of ...Continue Reading → Share