Prioritizing Time Alone in Nature

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How often do you spend time in nature all by yourself? Have you had that feeling you get when you are hiking by yourself and realize there may not be another soul for miles around? The one where you stop … Continued

Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants Course

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This must be the summer that I finally learn how to harvest local plants for food and healing. I am already enrolled in Seaweed 101, which starts in a few weeks, and now I have enrolled in a Wild Edible … Continued

Seaweed 101

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I recently discovered a seaweed harvesting class that looks like a whole lot of fun. Seaweed 101: ¬†Seaweed Harvesting Adventures in the Puget Sound. I have been wanting to learn how to harvest for quite some time, only partly because … Continued

Yasuo Mori-Shiatsu and Chi Soup

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I have recently discovered a gem in Seattle, WA. Yasuo Mori is a lifelong student and practitioner of shiatsu. He began his studies with his mother at the age of six. A practitioner with this type of experience is hard … Continued

Millet with Sweet Vegetable

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Here is a very simple recipe that I make weekly for myself and for most children that I cook for. It is very good for supporting the spleen/pancreas and¬†balancing blood sugar. It also helps to discharge simple sugars. For variety, … Continued

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