Oregano (Origanum Vulgare) is in the Lamiaceae Family which also hosts many other plants such as Mint, Basil, Lavender, and sage. The flowers of the plant are purple, pink, red or white, There are multiple flowers which make up a big bundle on ONE main stem! Perhaps you have seen Origanum Vulgare and didn’t know […]
Although I love many herbs, Yarrow is one of my absolute favorites. It has been there through hard postpartum times, and during all those cuts and bruises. Foraging for Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium) is simple, easy, something everyone can do (Yes even kids!). They practically everywhere from suburbs to mountains. You will find Yarrow in full […]
Have you ever been foraging for Red Clover? Red clover (Trifolium Pratense) is common across the states, normally you will find this plant in the middle of a sunny area (it can grow in the shade as well though)! Many people take this plant for granted, perhaps they think because farmers use this plant as […]
There are an abundance of lovely and useful plants that we can plant in our yards and gardens. And there are even more available to us in our surrounding areas. By learning how to wildcraft, you can expand your number of species available to you, even if you have no yard of your own.
Hunting for morel mushrooms? Foraging for wild edibles and wildcrafting is a fun, rewarding, and delicious homesteading pastime. Take a look at these quick tips and tricks, recipes for how to cook them, and a high-tech way to take your morel hunting to the next level!
Foraging in Alaska may seem impossible to those who haven’t been here long. Long, cold, dark winters with seemingly no life make it a tough landscape. But underneath all that snow, Alaska is an amazing food source for those who know what they are looking for.