What is pale and drawn out by light and cold is not dead. The life is within, or, rather, it is concentrated, or distilled. When you walk through the cold, every twig […]
Welcome to stektektsxwíIhp, laying down the summer out of her own healing language, spring. Summer is the medicine. The berries are edible but bitter, a kind of relish; the inner bark is […]
Choke cherry. Starry False Solomon’s Seal. Only one is a tree.
Hunting for wild asparagus. Down below the old canal. In the place between orchards and sagebrush. Time to pick asparagus for a woman whose husband used to drive her up there. […]
Living Wild in the Stone Age Friday, January 10, 2014, Vernon Public Library, 4:30 p.m. (I’ll let you know how it goes.) “Spend a month in the wilderness, with only buckskin clothing, handmade […]
I am piecing together a guide to new crops that can build a new, sustainable agriculture and food art culture in this grassland sea. Yesterday, I noticed that a late spring crop […]