The Wild Kitchen and Simplifying Blogging

wild kitchenFirst of all, I have too many blogs. Without intending to, I’ve let this one drift off into history, but people keep subscribing to it even though I haven’t been writing here!!

So, I’ve stopped one of the school’s blogs in order to come back here to share about Ozark herbs. Ok, I did just start yet another blog (eyyyy) but somehow the two seem nicely matched. At Rancho Arco Iris, where I live, we decided we needed our own blog separate from the nonprofit, Arco Iris Earth Care Project. Separate from the herb school (Herbal Coaching Community) and separate from personal blogs. I invite you over to that one for more of an at-home kind of sharing . Its located here. 

Its the place to go for our Wild Kitchen updates. As much as I love teaching at all of the great venues we have now in Arkansas, having people come to our home is really my favorite.( Even if it does mean I have to clean the house).

On to the Wild Kitchen news. We’re having folks out twice a month, on a Sunday, for a day of foraging, lessons on medicinal & nutritional properties, making plant medicines, foraging for and preparing dinner, swimming in our spring-fed swimming hole, working in the garden (optional) and more. We’re very excited! Our first event is July 6. Here’s a direct link to that Kitchen day.

I’ll be giving a workshop July 13 on Burdock in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. A full day with the morning session held at the botanical sanctuary located at FireOmEarth and the afternoon session at the Flora Roja Community Acupuncture Center. For info on that visit the class schedule on our school’s website.

Other newsy kind of stuff, a totally new super version of our course, “Introduction to Herbalism” is in the works and its going to be free for awhile. I’ll let you know when its ready and you’ll also be able to get a pdf of the Course Outline to see if its for you. Stay tuned loves and thanks for all your support.

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About dcoda

An herbalist for over 40 years, ten years spent alone in the Ozark Hurricane Creek Wilderness Preserve, working with its brilliant botanicals. I'm an instructor and co-founder of the Ozark Herbal Academy which offers training in medicinal and edible plants through hands-on workshops and online courses.

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