the unconventional adventures of a wild edible plant eating, permaculture loving, unschooling non-tv watching family in South Carolina!
The sun set yesterday on the riotous howling laughter from the gaggle of kids in my sister’s side yard. They wereView full post »
As with any family, sometimes the days in our house are so long and heavy, I think I will crush with the weight ofView full post »
Thinking about how we use water in our landscapes goes along way towards regenerating them. I wanted toView full post »
There are so many voices in our lives urging us to
get more degrees
get a higher payingView full post »
Wild Plant Walks, Columbia SC
Many of you have been curious as to when we would announce the wild plant walk scheduleView full post »
It was movie night yesterday, a once a week event at our house since we’re sort of psycho about TV watching.View full post »
What relevance does it have for our community?
How can it benefit us as a whole?
What exactly isView full post »
emily mccravy photography
Since before we had Sadie, our little family has struggled with the tradition of putting up aView full post »
In the late afternoon shadows of our eleventh wedding anniversary Emily shoves our canoe into the Congaree River.View full post »
Last week, I realized my 20th high school reunion is coming up. Bubbly older versions of my classmates will approach meView full post »
I never suspected that Vermont would worm its way into my heart so easily.
a tiny handView full post »
“Ron and I are going to Maine on Wednesday and I was secretly hoping you would clear your calendar and comeView full post »
Urban Homesteading Classes, Columbia SC!
Thank you to our beloved friend and fellow local permaculturist, Mari StuartView full post »
NPR Article: Unschooling
My husband happened to be getting out of the car and heard the tail end of a commercial for anView full post »
We are wild food eating, permaculture loving, crafting, immersion learners in Columbia, SC.
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