Month: July 2013

Native Gardens in Summer Heat

Share…-by Darlene Ward This summer we have had a scarcity of moisture, with many hot, dry days. Most of us are active in the early morning and then spend the hottest hours either inside or in the shade. Unfortunately, our plants are rooted in place and must take whatever heat comes their way. Native Plants […]

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July: Summer Wild Meals

Share…1 NYC 2 NYC 3 Manzanita: I’m finally back and able to make a batch of delicious cider. 4 Wild Mint: Gathered from the creek, this mint is much stronger than the cultivated species. 5 Venison and Watercress: Eating out can even include wild foods. We had my brother visiting and took him out to […]

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