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Started this discussion. Last reply by David Pike Nov 11, 2010. 4 Replies 0 Likes
I would like to open up discussion calling on herbalists, medicinal plant farmers, distillers, medicine makers, wildcrafters, and anyone who has any genuine interest in medicinal plants. As a new…Continue
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One of my favorite books for this year has been Stephen Harrod Buhner's ' The Lost Language of Plants'. I'm guessing you've already read it.
Yesterday I was blessed to find a few turkey tails, that I hope to learn how to turn into medicine. Also harvested some wild chantrelles & oyster fungi. See you on the path!
Bow Little Market will be having a special
from 10 am to 4 pm
It will be held in conjunction with the
Belfast Feed Store's Harvest Festival
There will be:
Roger the Rooster
Free Pumpkins and Goodies for children 12 and under
Fiber Arts Tent With Demonstrations On Spinning, Weaving, and Knitting
Local Food and Gardening Experts (Bring your Questions)
Neighbors Vending Crafts, Art, Vegetables, Honey,
Hot, Delicious Food Ready to Eat
See You There!
Please forward on.
You'll find support from many of us in coaching you in posting the event & spreading the word. Next time try posting as an event on this TW site, and also requesting Shannon to post in her Garden E-news. I'll reply to your discussion later when I'm caught up.
When you meet Linda at Wonderland Teas, tell her hello from me and that we welcome another class! She is not yet on this TW network site.
Plant Seeds, Sing Songs, Share the Medicine!
And here is the link to our TW Earth Gardens group:
I hope you'll take the time to RSVP to the event, volunteer to co-create with set-up or take down as you're able, and join us in networking on the Earth Gardens group.
You may also want to request on Shannon M's page to receive her Garden E-News mailing that she sends out that many of us share events & info with.
I'm guessing you may have walked the land of Sunray & Bonnie down in Skagit, who do natural building. I sent you a TW friend request. Once we connect that way it is easier for me to pass on info when its relavant.
Cheers! Plant Seeds! Sing Songs! Walk in the Woods!
You might be interested in heading north for our autumn seed-swap & barter fair at Inspiration Farm, where Chris W worked for a while. The info is under the Events tab or leave me a comment or send friend request if you have a question.
The owner of Wonderland Tea in B'ham has given some medicinal herbal classes, and I'm sure there are many who would welcome any wisdom you have to share or offerings of medicinal plant walks. (sometimes I can host travelors or ask our garden-permi geek network). Plant Seeds! Sing Songs!