The Shop is Closing at Year's End

The Shop is Closing at Year's End

by Natalie Pollard November 03, 2018 1 Comment

The shop is closing at the end of this year. Please come help me disperse the contents like wildflower seeds into all of your sweet gardens and hearths. We will be running the shop as usual from now until the end of the year. 

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Letting Go Into Fall

Letting Go Into Fall

by Danielle Eavenson October 09, 2018 4 Comments

Harvest time keeps us (and the squirrels) busy as we bring in the fruits of Nature’s labor and gather wood in preparation for Winter’s darker days. Energetically, plants are retreating, concentrating medicine into the Earth. It’s time to bring root medicine into our bodies and apothecaries. 

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Plant a Fall Garden

Plant a Fall Garden

by Kate Hanford August 21, 2018 1 Comment

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Easy Summer Meals – No Cooking Required

Easy Summer Meals – No Cooking Required

by Quinn Asteak August 13, 2018

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Tools for stress management

Tools for stress management

by Natalie Pollard August 02, 2018

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Volunteer at a Community Garden

Volunteer at a Community Garden

by Kate Hanford July 23, 2018

Did you hope to have a garden this season, but for whatever reason, were unable to? No worries, there's still opportunity to dig in this summer, just sign up to volunteer at a community garden! 

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Natural Nightly Skincare

Natural Nightly Skincare

by Quinn Asteak July 02, 2018

Wind down the day with a ritual of self-care for your skin! When you take care of yourself (through healthy eating, healthy boundaries, meditation, skincare, or otherwise) it sends a message to yourself, and in turn to the world, that says “I know that I matter".

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How to prune your tomato plants

How to prune your tomato plants

by Kate Hanford June 18, 2018

Pruning your tomatoes for less foliage means increased airflow and sunlight between branches, which will allow the leaves to dry faster and therefore slow down the growth of pathogens.  

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Tips for Nontoxic Cleaning

Tips for Nontoxic Cleaning

by Natalie Pollard June 11, 2018

We highly recommend that you start making your own and only buy products with a complete list of recognizable ingredients. When you make your own products, you'll know exactly what you are cleaning with, and you can hum a song of victory over corporate interests while scrubbing your toilet.

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The Basics of Food Preservation

The Basics of Food Preservation

by Quinn Asteak June 04, 2018 1 Comment

After all the hard work that is put into growing your food, it should be preserved as long as possible. There are many methods you can employ to savor spring greens, summer fruits, and fall roots all year long.

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How To Use A Washboard

How To Use A Washboard

by Sarah Chappell May 28, 2018

A washboard is a surprisingly easy way to get stuff clean. Washboards used to be a common way to clean clothes and rags, but fell out of favor with electric washing machines. But you know what’s empowering? Being able to do your laundry without a machine!

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Basics of Mead Making

Basics of Mead Making

by Quinn Asteak May 07, 2018 1 Comment

Homemade mead holds a story. A story of tradition, connection to nature, and most of all, patience. Mead, also known as honey wine, is one of the oldest known ferments, and has been traced back nearly 9,000 years.

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