Caretaking wild places is a great way to homestead in paradise without having to afford land.
Ease the suffering of asthma attacks with the help of these healthy herbs!
Working with medicinal plants can not only help heal ourselves and each other, but also contribute to the beauty of our lives and our world.
Though wolves are commonly misunderstood animals, not all of what you hear is true.
Connecting deeply to place is crucial, explains bioregionalist Jesse Wolf Hardin, in this new series about reinhabiting the living land.
Rosemary is known as a tasty condiment, but it has also long been used as medicine, and makes for a blissful foot soak.
'Tis the season for education and celebration, at this year's herbal gatherings.
Enjoy healthy blackberry and raspberry elixirs and teas, blessings from the brambles of Summer!
There is no experience or practice more valuable, empowering, and utterly satisfying than enabling the health and well being of ourselves, our family, friends and community... naturally.
A wolf spider lives on our window sill, with a little help from her friends. Watch this video of a wolf spider catching a moth.
The unintended death of a charming little creature raises the realities of life on a farm homestead.
The Mission Wolf sanctuary is a special place that takes in wolves who have been unsuccessfully domesticated. I can tell you that having a 150-pound timber wolf kiss you on the lips is an experience you won’t quickly forget, but the fact it liked you enough to do that is even more amazing when you consider what men have done to the wolf.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service opens the debate of whether to remove the Northern Rocky gray wolf from the Endangered Species List.
Watch Dogs That Changed the World on PBS this Sunday to learn more about where or what your beloved pet came from.