Come watch me dance around one of my favorite edible weeds…….. I hope you can find purslane growing near you, if not, I have a

I have 3 varieties of sage growing in my yard. I use them all year long. They are all 3 Salvia officinalis, but each one

I love salve. I use it on every part of my body. My husband and son use it on their bodies. We slather it on

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After we made this video, my video guy, Dakota, had a giant smile and his face. He said, “Wow, that lavender is so amazing, my

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What is the Big Deal about Dandelion? I mean really, what is the big deal about this weed that grows in every lawn? It doesn’t

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Not that I don’t ever drink coffee, because I do. Especially on the weekend if we go out to our favorite café or when my

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Plantain Natures Band Aid

Have you seen this weed? Of course you have. In the park, the lawn, growing between cracks in the asphalt, on the side of the

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Herbs for Vibrant Health really means, “Do you want to have more energy at the end of the day?” The most common complaint I hear

Healing Weeds Mallow

Do you know this plant? Have you ever weeded it from your garden and thrown it away?

Well, those days are over. Meet Mallow, Malva neglecta to be exact. Mallow is the common name. Malva neglecta is the botanical name.

This is one of the most amazing, healing weeds on the planet.

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Pregnant Read This

Are you pregnant?

Do you have a pregnant friend or family member? Maybe you know someone that is trying to have children?

Ina Mae’s Guide to Childbirth by Ina Mae Gaskin is by far the best book on birthing. I buy 10 copies at a time and just give them away to friends, families, acquaintances and even strangers that are going to give birth.

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John McBride Quote

This is what my grandfather; John McBride had to say back in the day:

“The Problem with children these days is they don’t spend enough time in nature”

As the first Parks and Recreation Director of Solano County he decided he had the power to do something about this problem.

He created a nature camp for kids and named it after the creek that it was held on. Camp Ulatis has been going strong for 50 years at the Pena Adobe in Vacaville, California.

In the summer of 1966 it cost $15 to send your child to Camp Ulatis all day for two weeks solid. Camp had two overnight campouts that included cook-offs and camp fires complete with songs, skits and pranks.

edible pineapple sage

I love my hedge of pineapple sage.

It blooms in December and brings the beautiful red throated hummingbirds to my porch each day.

The deep healing red that fills my yard is so nurturing and inspiring. I love having these vibrant red flowers greet me each day as I open the front door.

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