the unconventional adventures of a wild edible plant eating, permaculture loving, unschooling non-tv watching family in South Carolina!
“Beyond words. Just astounding..”
..I heard myself say while taking in the view of blooming forestView full post »
This summer, in Beaufort, North Carolina we loaded into a motorboat headed to an island home only to unbrokenView 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 »
Wild Plant Walks, Columbia SC
Many of you have been curious as to when we would announce the wild plant walk scheduleView 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 »
Fall conjures in me a taste for sassafras tea.
You can harvest sassafras roots anytime, but somehow thatView full post »
Pawpaws are ready.
pawpaw flower in spring
Out there on wet forest banks along creeping black creeks and muddy riversView full post »
A tale of elderberry syrup:
A wild elderberry (Sambuca canadensis) bush we transplanted years ago to the gateway of ourView full post »
the magic wing
Last weekend, I apprehended Lori and Jason’s car at the bottom of the drive and asked them whatView full post »
Our little Morgan has slept so restlessly all his life. We don’t know why. We’ve been fuzzy, sleep-deprived impressionsView full post »
Deep nourishment in wilderness: rewilding
On my trip back from town after writing my last blog post, Phoenix greets me,View full post »
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 »
curled dock seeds can be ground into a nutritious flour
Has anyone ever been in a grocery store?
Has anyoneView full post »
The beloved Bullbrier…What would you think if I told you there was more than likely something akin to freeView full post »
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