Spring Events

Although we still have cold temperatures ahead, it’s clear that spring is upon us. I have seen turkey vultures, geese, bald eagles, and robins. I have seen the tips of crocuses poking through the snow. The maple sap is running slowly but surely. What signs of spring have you seen? Please join us as we […]

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The Story of Our Logo

Charles and I met a member of the Beehive Collective recently and learned more about their community building work. The Beehive Collective is most commonly known for their posters that  tell stories about social and environmental justice issues. The idea is that their work will “cross-pollinate” throughout various communities and campaigns to increase awareness of […]

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The Art of Making Tinctures

Some of the frequent questions I hear from students and friends is “why doesn’t my tincture look/taste like yours?” I  have spent many years making wonderfully potent tinctures and making horribly disappointing mistakes. So here are my lessons learned. But first… A note on menstruum, marc, and other words used to describe tincture making. The […]

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