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Author Archives: mia
Yay! My book “The Bay Area Forager” is out. It was already featured in Time Magazine a few weeks ago! To order your copy of the book click on the image here. To read the article go to www.time.com.
It’s been so beautiful lately that this topic almost doesn’t seem relevant. But the rainsare coming and I’ve promised for awhile now to write about the art of dressing for the rain. It’s quite different spending just an hour or … Continue reading
Well, I can’t help but to notice that I haven’t written a field journal entry since May. Why? Well, I’ve been leading summer camps non-stop. It’s been such a great summer. A big thank you to all of you who … Continue reading
Every nature educator needs a village. Or at least I do. Without a village what I do out in the field becomes significantly less meaningful. The hunter goes out to provide food for the people, the scout observes the outskirts … Continue reading
Welcome to my on-line field journal. I write entries here about what is current with wild foods and nature education. For information on my programs please click on the tabs above. Lately I’ve been so busy working on my upcoming … Continue reading
Nature is an amazing teacher. I’m often blown away by how perfectly things are designed to make sure we are well motivated to learn the appropriate amount of care and awareness. Just take a look at this picture here. Notice … Continue reading
“Wilderness survival is a lot of work but it sure is fun” says a 6 year old member of the pack, sipping on a cup of Doug Fir tea in the pouring rain. I fully agree. After struggling to make a … Continue reading
“You work that you may keep pace with the earth and the soul of the earth. For to be idle is to become a stranger unto the seasons, and to step out of life’s procession, that marches in majesty and … Continue reading