Slip on your xtratuffs and take a hike into the rain-soaked muskeg in search of mid-fall magic and aromatic Labrador Tea.
Journal / Herbal Allies
October 29, 2019
May 08, 2019
Spring is bursting across Alaska, and with warmer temps and longer days comes the return of wild edibles!
In our backyard, garden, and on regular walks about town I'm starting to spot familiar plant friends like dandelion, nettle, plantain, and horsetail emerging from damp soils to take in the spring sun.
- April 27, 2018
May 28, 2017
It’s the time of year in Southeast Alaska where the sun has finally warmed our cold, wet, wintery bones and the sun has baked into the soil enough to coax out all the fresh bright greens of springtime. Perhaps my favorite sight of spring are the pops of bright golden yellow that have begun to burst open and grow to the size of small saucers along the roadsides and front yards.