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Foraging the “True” Turkey Tail Musroom

Trametes versicolor is a powerful antiviral, anticandida, as well as immunomodulator, Yet, there are a few mushrooms that look somewhat similar to the untrained eye. Here’s a look at two pics showing the true turkey tail (trametes versicolor) on the … Continue reading

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Foraging Herbalist Mentorship Training, 2015

Herbalism and Foraging Training, 2015 Monthly Group Mentorship Program in Somerset NJ Beginning in spring of 2015, I’ll be taking another 10 personal students for a year-long training intensive program. I’ll be systematically teaching each student to work in depth with the diverse plant … Continue reading

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New Video – Harvesting Autumn Olives

Heres a look at one of my favorite wild berries – Autumn Olive (Elaeagnus umbellata). With a great amount of medicinal and edible aspects, I hope that this video can transform our cultures negative perception about this sometimes perceived as … Continue reading

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Quick and Easy Soaked Survival Breakfast

Here’s a Look at a Quick and Easy Soaked Survival Breakfast.  This is surely a decent way to start the day with all of the essential fatty acids, carbohydrates, and protein to get you powered through the day, and its … Continue reading

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Herbal Protocol Points – Injuries

Herbal Protocol points for Injuries: Healing injuries takes time, and requires the ability to not treat only the symptoms, but give the body the necessary minerals to repair itself. Here’s some helpful tips to stimulate your healing. For Reducing Inflammation. … Continue reading

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Beach Plums!

Beach plums are amazing!! They are a local, and sacred food source. Share with the rest of nature, and help these grow in your garden! In-Joy! More vids can be seen at www.youtube.com/returntonatureskills RTN on Facebook: www.facebook.com/returntonatureskills Share on Facebook

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Two Videos on Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) and Indigenous Medicine Perspectives

Heres 2 videos on a great plant ally, Yarrow, and some ways to work with it to tap into our innate indigenous awareness that has built our brains and bodies.   Foraging for Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) – Return to Nature … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s Haul at the Mushroom ID Class

It was truly an honor to share with another group of wonderful people in the woods. Here’s some shots from some of what we came home with a small array of the miracles of nature that revealed themselves. Many ate … Continue reading

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This Upcoming Weekend – The Yoga of Foraging – August 8-10

Join Dan for a weekend of foraging and sense meditations in a pristine and peaceful ashram.  The foundation of all herbal traditions stems back to working deeply with the senses. Engaging the constitutional aspects of herbs is a central practice … Continue reading

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New Article Published – Foraging for Mustard Greens

Dirt Magazine published my second article this month. This ones entitled “Kales Wild Cousin” in which I share about some of the great wild edibles of the Brassica (mustard) family. “That yellow stuff you put on hot dogs? That’s right, … Continue reading

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