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Mother's Herbal Musings
Mother's Herbal Musings
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Commenced:
01/02/2012
Submitted:
29/03/2012
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Portland, OR, US
Phone:
231-330-5756
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate





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Chris Muscat Paul Ciaramitaro Reed Burnam
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Mother's Herbal Musings

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Urban, Rural, Residential, Commercial

Project Summary

In collaboration with Honey Moon Herbs, I eagerly share my love for herbs, providing plants, products and wisdom to all interested.

Project Description

Herbs are often ignored, especially in urban settings. I am working to change the mentaltiy of viewing herbs as yard pests. Vowing to share the wise woman ways of herbal healing, I will grow a variety of herbs for our greater community and share their many uses through the journey of their growth.

Relocated to the beautiful state of Oregon, I work with groups and individuals to spread the knowledge of herbs and all the gifts they have to offer. Making tea blends, tinctures, fertilizers and much more my products provide an outlet of herbal wisdom to the public. I strive to learn, plant, consciously harvest and share more with the communities and towns I travel to. 

This project is part of an Intuitive Naturalism concept I have been working on through my Environmental Science and Sustainability studies. I am devoted to remembering how to live with the natural world and invite others to find their intuitive way to consciously connect with all living things on our planet. Through the process of opening to and trusting our intuitions within the natural world, I believe we can once again live in more harmony with our planet and create a brighter and helthier future for all. 

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Gone Mobile

It's been a while since I have been on this wonderful site. I apologize for my absence, and can't wait to catch up with all of the great projects happening around the world.

Posted over 7 years ago (0 comments)

change of scenery

Life's river carries us when it needs to....to show us things we need to see and teach us what we need to learn. She allows us fresh water, breath and new life from her ever flowing current. Do not fight the current, but ride the wave instead.

Posted about 8 years ago (0 comments)

From 500 to 3

Summer is almost here, and all but three of my babies have left this home.

Posted over 8 years ago (0 comments)

What the Earth has grown for us

taking advantage of the spring time feast of flowers, blossoming naturally out of the ground!

Posted over 8 years ago (0 comments)

My Garden List for 2012

I shall have multiple gardens all abundant in herbs. I will introduce those I love to the plants that love us! Nourishing each other and growing together.

Posted over 8 years ago (0 comments)
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