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 »
Six months deep into our experimental year living in the mountains of North Carolina, we’ve discovered theView 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 »
This summer, in Beaufort, North Carolina we loaded into a motorboat headed to an island home only to unbrokenView full post »
wood nettles, fox dreams.
Slowing down enough to actually see anything is the hard part. Not to mention hear, feel,View full post »
Thinking about how we use water in our landscapes goes along way towards regenerating them. I wanted toView full post »
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We have shamefully neglected our precious blog over the past few weeks. The truth is weView full post »
picking the weeds
This morning my daughters sat on the couch looking intently into the pages of a 1st grade workbook.View 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 »
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Since before we had Sadie, our little family has struggled with the tradition of putting up aView full post »
How to make Pine Needle Tea:
It’s not often that we recognize the perfection of a moment as it unfolds.
Yet, asView full post »
This March, with our inspiring colleagues, Nick Tittle and Mari Stuart, Matt and I are changing the landscape of SouthView full post »
I never suspected that Vermont would worm its way into my heart so easily.
a tiny handView full post »
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