Herbs for a Change

Great Grandma M used to say, “You are what you eat”. Perhaps she said that as she saw her four daughters move away from farm life with all the great natural fruits, vegetables, and meats to live in towns where food would be very different. With all the health problems brought on now-a-days by what … Read More.

Pacific Women’s Herbal Conference 

[ September 21, 2018; September 22, 2018; September 23, 2018; ] Pacific Women’s Herbal Conference 
Camp Sealth, Vashon Island, WA 

September 21 – 23 2018 

Join a village of wild women meeting once again in the forest at the edge of the Salish Sea.
Learning, celebrating, connecting, transforming…
Herbal Wisdom 
Wise Woman Ways 
Nourishing mind, body, heart & soul while uplifting a woman’s spirit…

Bring A Friend!
Mother, Daughter, Grandma, Auntie, Niece, Sister, Cousin…herbalist, ethnobotanist, midwife, nurse, … Read More.

Pacific Crest Trail Days

[ August 17, 2018; August 18, 2018; August 19, 2018; ] All things outdoor recreation located in the only town on the Pacific Crest Trail!

Victory Gardener’s Almanack for the month of August

Mike Dunton’s Maritime Northwest Edition Victory Gardener’s Almanack for the month of August
By August, the planting season is nearly over and the yard and garden are in harvest and maintenance mode. Take time to sit, relax and enjoy the produce you have fostered from your plot of this Earth.
In the Vegetable Garden

Dig potatoes as soon … Read More.

Change Yourself Change the World

Sometimes I think, “Wouldn’t it be great to change the way things are?”  Well, yes it would, aside from the huge responsibility were it possible. It isn’t possible, of course – and just as well. But we can change ourselves and how we interact with the world. In fact, the only way we can really … Read More.

The Kids Day in Court

“Every generation inherits a world it never made; and, as it does so, it automatically becomes the trustee of that world for those who come after. In due course, each generation makes its own accounting to its children.” -Robert Kennedy
Today’s kids aren’t happy with our generation’s failure to be responsible trustees of the world, nor … Read More.

Victory Gardener’s Almanack for the month of July

Mike Dunton’s Maritime Northwest Edition Victory Gardener’s Almanack for the month of July
July marks the peak of the spring gardening season. This is the time of the year to reap the rewards of our Winter and Spring work. Some crops are peaking; some are done and ready to be removed to make room for planting … Read More.

Victory Gardener’s Almanack for the month of June

Mike Dunton’s Maritime Northwest Edition Victory Gardener’s Almanack for the month of June
The gardening season starts in full swing in June. Everything is growing now, including the weeds. Develop a good, daily routine to hoe and cultivate and they won’t get away from you. As your lawn takes off, save your clippings and use them … Read More.

Victory Gardener’s Almanack for the month of May

Mike Dunton’s Maritime Northwest Edition Victory Gardener’s Almanack for the month of May
May is the month when we head into our main gardening season. May is when most vegetables can be planted and some early spring crops can be harvested. Enjoy the outdoors; summer is right around the corner! 
In the Vegetable Garden 

Set out tomato plants … Read More.

Earth Day Reflections

Ten years used to seem like a long time.  Now a year flies by like a month and months like days.
First Green Living Journal Summer 2008
This Earth Day brings back fond memories of our first toe wetting in the Green Living Journal and makes us realize how lucky and grateful we are for this trip … Read More.