Monthly Archives: June 2014

Saluda, NC: Heaven on earth

Saluda, NC: Heaven on earth We awoke this morning to the soft cooing of bird song and the cool light of morning peekingView full post »

dumpster diving, the other urban foraging

Dumpster diving came to mind when I read…. a National Geographic a couple years ago (filled to the brim withView full post »

edible wild plants: a walk in the woods with matt kip

Edible Wild Plants Walk  {Wild Walking Intensive} To register for the next Wild Walking Intensive scroll to the bottomView full post »

permaculture meets organic gardening columbia sc

organic gardening columbia sc For me, organic gardening is about much more than growing and eating healthy food.View full post »

Foraging with the GLEA camp at City Roots

curled dock seeds can be ground into a nutritious flour Has anyone ever been in a grocery store? Yeah… Has anyoneView full post »

Homemade Popsicles

OK  people. You’re hot. Your kids are hot. It’s time to kick it with some homemade popsicles. You can getView full post »

urban edible- bullbrier

The beloved Bullbrier…What would you think if I told you there was more than likely something akin to freeView full post »

american plum jam

We’re blessed with so many plums…too many plums…a great problem to have! Ten years ago a friend whoView full post »

city roots blackberries!

Are you looking for some summer fun? City Roots blackberries are where it’s at! Look no further than City RootsView full post »

foraging adventure: garlic

Cultivated Garlic: This may be one of the wackier things we have to report from the foraging front…. WhatView full post »

a remembered friend: lambsquarters.

Lambsquarters: I’ve travelled around a wide circle when it comes to this bold and delicious wild weed. FrostyView full post »

permaculture ramblings

When I was introduced to permaculture,  it was like meeting a soul mate. Permaculture- After years of foraging andView full post »

living sustainably

Living Sustainably. Sometimes when trying to describe what we do, how we live or what our children do all day toView full post »

food for thought

from the garden… pomegranate flower blueberries pineapple guava flowers nanking cherry    View full post »