Foraging for Evening Primrose

By Karen Most people don’t think about eating evening primrose because they associate this plant with its healing oil. This wild plant is indeed medicine but it is also a great source of food. Evening primrose (Oenothera biennis) is a biennial and collecting the roots while it is still spring means you get sweet, succulent […]


Mountain Woman Rendezvous #43 Blog Hop

By Tammy Trayer ~ Mountain Woman Journals Welcome to Mountain Woman Rendezvous! Be sure to spread the word and tell your friend’s! Thanks so much for joining me. I look forward to seeing what you all have to share today… Ok… I am going to pre-warn you today… In addition to your favorite beverage, you […]


Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

By Tammy Trayer ~ Mountain Woman Journals By popular demand, 100+ homemaking bloggers are bringing back The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, and it’s better than ever! The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a complete library of great eBooks on homemaking—a truly valuable knowledge base you’ll use for many years to come. Unlike a library, though, you don’t […]


Wild edibles in Spring: Dandelion capers

Another super easy wild edibles recipe that works great with kids: dandelion capers.You need to pick the closed flower buds. These are the buds before they bloom. After blooming, dandelion forms similar looking ‘buds’ where the puff seeds are formed, so make sure you are dealing with unopened flower buds rather than seed buds. If […]


Headwaters Gathering 2014

By Jamie L Burleigh MAY 29-JUNE 1! click link below… http://www.headwatersgathering.ca/ Read More >> Via: http://www.onefootintothewild.com/alltopics/headwaters-gathering-2014/      Related posts: 2014 Scout carry and Cook set Pathfinder Advanced class 2014….My Thoughts New tarp configuration… Order Your’s TODAY!


Less Sugar Berry Jam

– makes approx. 5 half-pint jars There is something to be said about having a delicious, homemade berry jam setting on your pantry shelf!  Often times people say once they have eaten a homemade jam they rarely, if ever, purchase store bought jam again.  Many on the other hand say they would love to make […]


Rewilding Fundamentals

Rewilding Fundamentals Rewilding is a process for creating humans who can live in a healthful, truly sustainable manner, in close connection with their local landscape (i.e., as part of the wild ecology). It is a trajectory that anyone can follow, regardless of where they live. Experiencing greater health, heightened awareness, further self-reliance, and more real […]


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Walking Sticks – A Brief History & Practical Application Part 2 2

http://aroundthecabin.com/walking-sticks-brief-history-practical-application/ I’d like to make a short addition to what is actually my very first post on this website & it’s to display my own walking stick that I’ve been using recently.  The walking stick is certainly not a survival necessity but I’ve never been in a survival scenario & if I were & needed […]


Simple Life Sunday #14

By Tammy Trayer ~ Mountain Woman Journals Thanks so much for joining me for Simple Life Sunday. Grab your cup of tea or coffee and sit down with me and join me while I look through all the wonderful posts everyone has shared! Before you leave be sure to share one of your favorite posts. […]


Happy Easter!

By Lisa Lynn Read More >> Via: http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2014/04/happy-easter.html      Related posts: Happy New Year on The HomeAcre Hop! The HomeAcre Hop #66 The HomeAcre Hop #53 The HomeAcre Hop #58