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Bread Kneader: Nourishment From the Lady

By Linda Conroywww.moonwiseherbs.com www.midwestwomensherbal.com A couple of years ago I witnessed a woman express irritation at being called a lady. She was reacting to the idea of being considered an […]

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Early Spring Harvesting: Kentucky Coffee Tree

At the end of March here in the Midwest, at first glance, it may appear that there is nothing to harvest, that the plants are still dormant. But nothing could […]

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Let the Foraging Begin! Watercress, A Nourishing Early Spring Green!

We are so excited to begin harvesting watercress! In the midwest, it is one of the first greens we can begin foraging for. It is nutrient-dense, so highly nourishing to […]

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Into the New Year with Fermentation on my mind

One of my favorite things is to make and eat are fermented foods. Fermentation is a food preservation technique as well as an approach to preparing delicious food. It has […]

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Nourishment in the New Year: 2022

Greetings, I hope this newsletter finds you well and taking good care during this holiday season. I am spending time at home and nourishing my need for rest, peace, and […]

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Solstice/Yule Blessings 2022

For a long time, I would share this seasonal expression, with little awareness of what I was saying, or where the words came from. Because I am passionate and curious […]

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Announcing 2022 Apprenticeship Program Applications Open!!

Now accepting applications for the Moonwise Herbs 2022 Wild Food/Wild Medicine Wise Woman Apprenticeship Programs. There are virtual as well as in-person options!! These programs are focused on regenerative, plant-based, […]

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Sap Moon: Maple Sugar Time

by Linda Conroy The sap moon has arrived! I have been tapping trees since I relocated to Wisconsin from the Pacific Northwest. This is one of the perks I point to […]

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Medicines of the Grandmothers Stocks, Broths, and Soup

by Linda Conroy of Moonwise Herbs This morning I awoke and it was cold. I heat my home with a wood stove, so sleeping 8 hours means that you wake […]

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Herbal Traditions and Rituals: Spotlight on Willow (Salix sp)

  One of the things I enjoy most about working with plants are the rituals and opportunities for deepening the relationship that our ancestors long had with plants. One of […]

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