Friday, March 22nd, 2013


The 2013 conference will be held at The Beber Camp in Mukwongago, WI. Early registration discount for the conference is offered through March 31, 2013. Register before that date and save $50 on the standard registration fee! This year will … Continue reading

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

Red Belted Shadow

By James Wood The Northwest is a place that sees small bits of sunlight in the winter months, which means a lack of vitamin D! What are we to do about this precious vitamin when our most abundant source, the … Continue reading

Saturday, August 25th, 2012


Three Treasures Farms: Uniting healing herbs and equestrian rehabilitation By James Wood, Wild Water Read our interview with Ferronato Shen of Three Treasures Farms, a non-profit holistic program outside of Eugene, Oregon that focuses on the rescue and rehabilitation of … Continue reading

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012


Flower Essences   Written by James Wood, Wild Water What is a flower essence? For those of you who have not been exposed to these unique forms of plant preparations, a flower essence: “is the vibrational imprint of a flower … Continue reading

Monday, August 6th, 2012


The Medicine Bear A novel written by Jesse Wolf Hardin “The story of a healer, a love, and a time of transition” Author Jesse Wolf Hardin is the cofounder of the acclaimed Plant Healer Magazine and the flagship event for the … Continue reading

Sunday, July 22nd, 2012

Ceramaic fermentation crock

Fermentation… By James Wood, Wild Water What is fermentation in a nutshell? Basically, it is food going bad. Slowly. Now why would anyone want to eat food that has gone bad? Let’s think about some foods that have in fact … Continue reading

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

dandelion collective art

“The Dandelion Seed Conference: Herbs for Community and Social Healing” The Dandelion Seed Collective is a community-based organization in Olympia, WA. Our mission is to encourage holistic health on a personal, ecological, and community level. We at the Dandelion Seed … Continue reading

Saturday, July 14th, 2012


Meet Latisha Guthrie! Latisha is a plant lover and mother of two ‘pixie girls’ born in the heart of the Sonoran desert, and currently resides in the islands of the Pacific North West where she operates a website and blog called … Continue reading

Monday, July 9th, 2012


James Lindenschmidt runs, a website dedicated to telling forgotten stories about fermented beverages. He is an enthusiastic meadmaker and mead advocate, and is also dedicated to the bardic arts of storytelling and song. He is the author of  From Alcohol … Continue reading

Friday, June 29th, 2012


Today we’re highlighting the pitchand how it can be used medicinally. Here’s the how~to for making a medicinal oil of Pine. Pine pitch is a sticky and slow moving substance that oozes out of the pine tree when its bark … Continue reading