Herbalism · Recipes · Wildcrafting

Foraging Nettles

This week I had an amazing dish at Higgin's in Portland. It was nettle pesto served with hazelnuts that was so flavorful! It was worth every bloaty minute of the carb coma I had from the pasta. If you are ever in Portland, drop in for an amazing meal. Which leads to...... As Spring returns… Continue reading Foraging Nettles

Gardening · Herbalism · Markets

Herb Plants Spring 2019

We will be offering many herb plants for sale this Spring on the farm. From culinary herbs, diced or torn into meals, to medicinal herbs used in teas and potions by herbalists, our greenhouse is full of herb plants. We sell our plants in 1 gallon containers, rather than 4" pots, as we want you… Continue reading Herb Plants Spring 2019

Gardening · Herbalism · Reviews

Hydropod Review

I came across the Hydropod this winter, and picked it up for the boys to use. While they are active with our farm, I prefer to keep them out of the greenhouse in growing season. Just too many precariously placed 1020 trays that can get knocked over. So my feeling was they could enjoy the… Continue reading Hydropod Review

Crafting · DIY · Essential Oils · Herbalism · Recipes · Soap Making

Holiday Gift Making: Cedar and Rosemary Soap

Handcrafted gifts can be a fun way to show your love to family and friends - and you can use a few cheats to make it simple and easy. Cedar and Rosemary Soap has a deep woodsy scent, that works for both men and women. If you dislike floral, this is the one for you.… Continue reading Holiday Gift Making: Cedar and Rosemary Soap

Essential Oils · Herbalism · Homesteading

Building A Home Apothecary

Many homesteaders are drawn to natural methods and for many, being able to make natural first aid, herbal remedies and more is a big part of their self-sufficient life. Building a well-stocked apothecary is a first step, so that you can easily create what you need. Dried herbs? Oils? Jars and tins? Essential oils? All… Continue reading Building A Home Apothecary