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Birds Bathing in the Malibu lagoon: Today, after seeking campsites and natural areas along the California coast, I found myself in the Malibu Lagoon. It was mesmerizing to see where all the birds come to do their rituals, hundreds of … Continue reading
Here’s a look at one of the most delicious and long forgotten wild fruits, indigenous to this area. This is the American persimmon (Diospyros virginiana).
Here’s a listen from a podcast conversation I had with Kira at the Peoples Internet Radio In it we discuss a range of topics from foraging and what got me into foraging, the practice and theory of herbalism, awakening to … Continue reading
We completed last Sunday’s plant walk with a pine powered plant mandala ritual in which we all worked the energy of the land, bringing in many of the sacred medicinal plants discussed during the plant walk, and harmonizing and balancing … Continue reading
Today at our family plant walk we discussed the resilient power of nature and how to see that with many examples such as the plants that were sticking out of the sidewalk in the poison ivy that was again taking … Continue reading
Heres a new podcast interview on Lyme Ninja Radio with Dan in which he discusses herbal remedies for lyme, living outside, and tick awareness… #55: Survivalist, Naturalist, Herbalist Dan De Lion On Surviving Lyme Naturally Check out more links on … Continue reading
For 2 weeks (Nov. 28 – Dec. 5 2014) we traveled to Colombia to seek and expand our knowledge of wild foods, medicinal plants, culture, and shamanic practices within these sacred lands. It was my first time exploring anywhere in … Continue reading
Enriching Your Life With Fermented Food – Make Your Own at Home It’s cheap and easy to make your own fermented foods at home. This is an ancient and almost effortless tradition for storing the bounty of the harvest worldwide! … Continue reading
Heres a look at some yumdiddlyumptious autumn olive fruit leather. After wild-crafting and freezing over 30 cups last year (freezing is essential to drive out the tannic taste) I thawed and made autumn olive fruit leather. The benefits of having fruit … Continue reading
Teasel, (Dipsacus spp.) is truly a magical root in the Dipsacacea family. Work with this plant goes back countless generations, as it has always been revered as a medicinal plant. There are many stories about it’s place in folklore as a powerful magic plant.