Regrowth

Regrowth

How subtle can you get?

Each reaping initiates a new process of growth in a plant, and that growth takes shape in the present context of environment. The soft texture and delicate fragrance of an herb in early May reflects the cool mist of the new spring it was born into.

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Fields Without Fences' Lindsay Napolitano Interview on the Nurture Your Nature Podcast

Fields Without Fences' Lindsay Napolitano Interview on the Nurture Your Nature Podcast

New interview with Dina Costa of Nurture Your Nature Podcast! Lots of terrain covered in this one - and the waters wade deep! Dina is a charming and thoughtful host, and I highly recommend checking out this relatively new offering of hers… Nurture Your Nature Podcast available on iTunes

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Become a Member of Fields Without Fences Herbal CSA!

Become a Member of Fields Without Fences Herbal CSA!

Friends, if you have been thinking about joining our community as a CSA member, now is the time to sign up for savings on 100% organic, locally grown herbals. This is our fifth season offering this CSA program, and this year’s membership has a ton of value for members.

Still looking for a reason to join? Here are our top 5…

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Seasonal Plant Medicine

Seasonal Plant Medicine

In a world of mediated experiences and mediated environments, it can be easy to forget that we are people of the earth, derived and fashioned from the same carbon and and hydrogen as the soil, the plants, and the astral bodies of far flung planets. Incomplete organisms that have evolved in inextricable relationship with the plant world, and cease to exist in isolation. In the scope of our planetary history, there was a time not long ago when human beings moved across the landscape according to the seasons. The sun, wind, rains, plants, and animal migrations in cyclical connection forged a compass to locate ourselves in our world. Their sacred language so essential and heavy with meaning, it formed the foundation for all human culture to be built upon. From the forty-fifth floor looking down it can be difficult to recall the root of humanity; hum, connected to the latin humus, meaning, of the earth.

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