Foraging for food is super satisfying, but for these 5 foods you do not have to travel far to find them. In fact you can probably forage from your backyard for this list. It might surprise you that you can eat them, but you can, and they are delicious!
Chaga is a fungi that has been used in herbal remedies for centuries. Read on to learn where to find it, when to harvest, and how to use chaga.
When the fall winds move in, they start to blow the branches of the Russian Olive to the ground. Fortunately the olives stay attached, and we love to go collect these branches after a good wind storm. If you haven’t tried these nutrient powerhouses for yourself, you’re missing out!
Fall is my most favorite time of year. I love the colors of crunchy leaves, the brisk cool mornings, and the flavors of fall harvest. And that includes pecans. We are blessed with lots of pecan trees here in the south. In fact, I narrowly missed a concussion yesterday when a pecan shell fell from […]
There are so many ways you can use Echinacea. It’s a plant that everyone should have in their garden! A lot of people already know that it’s good for your immune system, but it was also used to treat snake bites and more. Read about all of the ways you can use this powerful herb.
I thought these black raspberries were blackberries. While they are black when they are ripe, they are actually raspberries! In this video, I talk about how to tell if your berries are raspberries.