As I wandered through the woods the other day, I stumbled upon some oyster mushrooms growing shelflike on a Red Alder log, and couldn’t help but let out a nostalgic chuckle. I have a bit of a funny relationship with this particular edible fungus, you see. . .Read More
First and foremost, thanks to all who came out to spend the day with us at our Spring Family Visit Day a couple of weeks ago! We had such a wonderful time playing running games, sharing our spring movement circle, imitating birds in our bird language skits, eating dandelion fritters, playing Jays and Chickadees, exploring critters under logs, examining plants, and singing songs with you! Pat and I didn’t get around to taking many pictures on those days, but I’m sure that some of you took a few! It was such an honor and joy to spend the day in the forest with you and your wonderful families!Read More
Maybe you missed me, maybe you didn’t. . . but either way, now that spring is finally here, I’m more inspired than ever to start blogging again, especially with all of the magical happenings going on in the forest!
The plant growth in the PNW is simply phenomenal this time of year, so I’m feeling called to share with you a few of my favorite wild edibles, which are perfect for harvesting and adding to a wild salad right now.Read More