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PokeWeed – A Periphal Power Plant: #Pokeweed (Phytolacca americana) is a controversial plant, but in the right dosage and application is highly medicinal and also, if rendered correctly, it’s a delicious edible plant. This plant can be VERY poisonous if worked … Continue reading
On my journey, I have collected several wildcrafted and hand winnowed seed packets ready for a home! Every seed is a unique diverse lineage, and it feels a part of our birthright to caretake the garden, back to Eden, one seed at a time.
I’m writing you from Mt. Charleston, Nevada. A forested mountain habitat which is rare for this region, as most else is flat desert.
I found a free camping site to park the van at 8000 ft, in pinyon pine country. This is one of the few places in Nevada that wasn’t clearcut then overgrazed by cattle, which eat young saplings to death, so there is still a sacred forest.
A Mistletoe Mystery: Here’s a look at mistletoe growing in the desert. Mistletoe, Viscum Album. The familiar, white-berried plant of the winter holiday season, is a parasitic plant that grows on the branches of several species of trees, including several in the … Continue reading
We’re excited to launch the upcoming 2018 online mentorship program with Dan de Lion of#Returntonature…
Hope you will join us for a year of exploration of the natural world together with live interactive support and live videos to help guide your journey with the wild world.
Heres a look at yesterdays live class at Enright Ridge Urban Eco-Village, in Cincinnati, Ohio where we will be explored the wild foods, mushrooms and medicinal plants of their backyards, forest edges, and woodland habitats.
Join us for an herbalism retreat at Ananda Ashram (www.anandaashram.org) where we explore medicinal and edible wild plants, mushrooms, and explore herbal principles from medicine making, to healing, and constitutional herbal principles which apply to our yoga practice.
This weekend, I’ll be teaching a round of classes in central NJ, seeking fruit, nuts, the last remaining greens, and hopefully, if we get rain, more fall mushrooms!
Here’s a look at the Foragemobile in action.
When at friends houses, sometimes I have been running an extension cord to plug in my computer to continue to update my website, book classes, do my online foraging herbalist mentorship program (enrollment for 2018 coming in November) and write articles for #dirtmag as well as my upcoming book due out hopefully by spring of 2018.
Heres a look at the mission of Dan De Lion on his foragemobile tour.