I remember clearly
my first garden as a six year old girl, grown under the guidance of my dad. Both ny parents grew up on a farm,
and growing a garden was part of life. So, gardens taught me about tradition. Something handed from one generation to the next.
It was wonderous to me that plants were such mysterious, living beings that responded to my care and attention. They became my friends. Although it took a while for me to grasp,
I realized they were teaching
me many things. Through the years, this education has exceeded my wildest imagination.
Now, I live on my own farm,
and the food plants has expanded to include herbs,
wild and otherwise. I learned about the traditions of plant medicine from many wise teachers on my continuing journey as an herbalist,
And the poultry that came to live here, ignited another passion that caught me wholly by surprise. The birds taught me about their relationships with herbs too.
This joining of two passions was something that found
me and drew me into the language of nature.
The fruition of that union is my product offerings here, by the design of nature, meant to encourage a truly natural chicken keeping for poultry
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