Homemade Black Walnut Ink

Homemade Black Walnut Ink

by Kate Hanford January 30, 2018 2 Comments

How to wildcraft black walnuts and create a rich, sepia-tone ink.

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Winter Kitchari Cleanse

Winter Kitchari Cleanse

by Natalie Pollard January 16, 2018

Perfect for winter, this warming and nourishing approach to cleansing is accessible while maintaining energy levels so that you can keep up with the demands of modern life, even when it is freezing cold outside.

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Warming Winter Beverages

Warming Winter Beverages

by Quinn Asteak December 28, 2017

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Three Books for the Beginner Gardener

Three Books for the Beginner Gardener

by Kate Hanford December 18, 2017

A list of three gardening books, proven very useful to a beginner gardener.

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The Joy of Missing Out

The Joy of Missing Out

by Sarah Chappell December 13, 2017 1 Comment

JOMO, short for the Joy of Missing Out, contrasts its more famous - and anxiety-inducing - acronym cousin, FOMO (fear of missing out), with an offering of simple pleasures: what if it’s actually totally fine to miss out on all of the things we were told are necessary?

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Gifts for Stress + Anxiety

Gifts for Stress + Anxiety

by Natalie Pollard December 06, 2017

The holiday season can move swiftly from joyous to anxiety ridden. These gifts are perfect for the person in your life (even if that's you!) who needs a moment away from the mayhem. 

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Gifts for the Home Cook

Gifts for the Home Cook

by Natalie Pollard December 06, 2017

The kitchen can be the heart of a home, and if there is a home cook in your life who thrives on crafting food for their loved ones, these gifts will be a welcome addition to their cooking collection.

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Gifts for the Experienced Gardener

Gifts for the Experienced Gardener

by Kate Hanford December 06, 2017

If you have an experienced gardener in you life, there's a good chance they already have the tools and materials they need to get the job done. So why not surprise them this year with a quality gift that they may not necessarily need, but sure would love to have! 

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Gifts for the Little Homesteader

Gifts for the Little Homesteader

by Kate Hanford December 06, 2017

Here are a few garden-related gift ideas for kids who are serious about playing in the dirt. Why not nurture their farm dreams with functional, quality, kid-appropriate garden gifts?  

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Gifts for the Urban Forager

Gifts for the Urban Forager

by Quinn Asteak November 28, 2017

Foraging for food is a fun, rewarding, and (hopefully!) tasty pastime. Encourage others to do the hard work for you by giving them the tools they need to feed you wild foods.

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Gifts for the Budding Herbalist

Gifts for the Budding Herbalist

by Sarah Chappell November 28, 2017

Herbalism is a lifelong opportunity to learn, meet new plants, and make terrible messes in the kitchen. If you need a gift for the budding herbalist in your life, look no further than classic resource books, sturdy stainless steel supplies, and copious amber tincture bottles found below.

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Gifts for the Fermenter

Gifts for the Fermenter

by Quinn Asteak November 28, 2017

The home fermenter is an experimenter at heart. If your favorite fermenter is new to the trade, give them a book and a vessel to get them started. For the pro, a new fermenting journey with cheesemaking or vinegar would do the trick!

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