Monthly Archives: May 2014

wild edible plants

wild edible plants…While we sleep, mavericks of the plant world are silently spilling out of sidewalk cracks,View full post »

Sewer Repair

Pardon my inability to post for the last two days. The city was working on the sewers in front of our house with someView full post »

What is unschooling?

What is unschooling anyway? Whenever I meet someone new, this conversation usually follows…. Where do the kids goView full post »

foraging for florida betony

their food for the winter: dewberries, lamb’s quarters, bullbrier, Florida Betony, sorrel. world-class sizedView full post »

sadie speaks

This tree looked so beautiful. I loved the way it looked like a four. -Sadie.View full post »

green smoothie for breakfast anyone?

I know I am not the first blogger to extol the virtues of the green smoothie, nor will I be the last. You do have toView full post »

urban foraging: loquats!

I hate to say it, but the wacky winter and late frost did not do the loquats any favors. This has definitely not beenView full post »

the chickens dig turnip greens!

When you are attempting to create a permaculture paradise in cental South Carolina with soil as nutrient dense as beachView full post »

Pardon the Dust!

From the family that brought you Sustainable South and matthewkip.com comes the Foraging Family: a lifestyle blog thatView full post »