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Angela Franklin
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Plant Medicines and Folk Herbalism
Over the last four years I have taken up a more sincere study of plant medicines and feel more comfortable now calling myself and being called a folk herbalist.  Much of my knowledge has been gleaned from other herbalists living in close proximity, books......

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Red Hawk Avalon
      Our new home is at Red Hawk Avalon.  Outside of Pe Ell, WA is a valley steeped in history and the ghost logging town of Walville rests.  We live where realms meet, the water flows heavy and the earth is soft beneath our feet. Our dry cozy home while w...

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My family and I are currently caretaking a house in Portland.  We have been here for over three months and have no certain departure date set.  I kind of feel like I'm dipping my toes in the waters of city life, the rest of my body resisting the heavy curre...

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Since October...
We moved out to our friends land, near Selma, OR, and have this to look at everyday. The last morning we had in our tipi before moving into our bus. making a willow bender sweat lodge Illinois River about 10 miles from our home. Bus trip to Olympia and Port...

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Bow of the Month!
Our daughter, Fair, won bow of the month in Primitive Archer Magazine !!!  Michael guided her in making the bow earlier this year while visiting family in Missouri.  We are really proud of her and hope she continues working on her second bow, from an osage ...

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Glimpses
Our favorite twins of the Upper Rogue Farm. Michael mentoring friends on making bows Fair and her poetry Michael found the ever elusive bagpiper to make music with Moonrise with my fancy new camera The music of Sangre de Muerdago by candlelight. Fair Opheli...

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Blogpost on St. John's Wort

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St. John's Wort
The first thing to stand out to me about St. John’s Wort was
its name, a bit odd, but I found out “wort” is simply Old English for
“plant”.  There are many folklores
surrounding this herb.  The most common
one, of the Western world, is of how the blood-red ...
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