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Wines from the Gardens and Fields of Scotland

By Catherine MacLennan (This article was originally published in The Herb Society of America’s annual journal, The Herbarist, 41(1975): 37-40....

Gain Confidence in Your Identification of True Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)

By Cecilia Dailey United States (Moerman 2022). Dandelion flowers, collected and fermented as wine, as well as cooked as a...

Gather Ye Redbuds While Ye May – A Colorful Harbinger of Spring…and Edible, Too!

by Karen Cottingham Here in Texas, there’s a saying: “We have two seasons – summer and winter.” That’s not quite...

An Incredible Herb Right Under Our Feet…or Above Our Heads

By Katherine Schlosser For most of us, our garden tools are cleaned and stored, the holidays have passed, and we...

Subterranean Treasures: the Beneficial Roots of Native Vines

By Angela Magnan As I pulled into the parking lot next to the native plant collection at work one day,...

Herbal Trees and Shrubs of the Plains and Prairies

By Katherine Schlosser From place to place, season to season, and year to year, the colorful mixtures and combinations of...

A Forager’s Life: Reflections on Mother Nature and My 70+ Years of Digging, Picking, Gathering, Fixing and Feasting on Wild Edible Foods

A Book Review By Paris Wolfe Mike Krebill, now in his late 70s, has been foraging for more than 70...

Delectable Native Edibles

By Andrea DeLong-Amaya in large amounts. As with any new food in your diet, add small amounts at a time...

Your Guide to Winter Foraging

Your Guide to Winter Foraging

Something magical happens in the winter. Our pace slows, the world grows quiet, and we cozy up in our homes...

A Weed Lover’s Manifesto

By Andrea Jackson I love weeds. There, I said it.  Don’t worry, I do pull them (there’s a reason why...