Jan 162009
 

So it’s here folks! The new websites are up as you can see by the below announcement. For my herbal readers, you’ll be excited to find a large number of my herbal articles online, organized, illustrated and easily navigated. You’ll recognized many of the titles from previous blogposts but MANY of the articles have been [...]

Jan 162009
 
New Medicine Woman Tradition & Animá Websites –– PLEASE Forward!

PLEASE be so kind as to forward this to your email list or include it on your blog or newsletter. We are non-commercial… all services and events are by donation only…     Announcing the new Medicine Woman Tradition and Animá websites:   THE MEDICINE WOMAN TRADITION SITE & Correspondence Courses   http://www.medicinewomantradition.org   A [...]

Jan 112009
 

So, I’m currently swamped finishing up the websites (I keep thinking I’m done and then catch a few more things that need work) and barely maintaining my load of emails, so I haven’t been able to write anything for the blog in the last few days, as much as I’d have liked to. I think [...]

Dec 042008
 

Wolf wrote the below piece as an editorial for a small rural paper that regularly publishes his forthright take on politics, culture and other timely topics for a very conservative audience. I thought that ya’ll, while being a more varied readership, would still enjoy this meaningful look at holiday season shopping hell. Shop Local – [...]

Nov 082008
 
The Medicine Woman Tradition for Kids!

Announcing the new full color book for budding healers and daydream believers: I’m a Medicine Woman, Too!  Text & Art by Jesse Wolf Hardin 40 pages, 35 Full Color Illustrations Includes the Name The Herb Game herbal medicine identification game $18.50 + $5.90 Media Mail Shipping  (Sorry, Lulu.com’s high rate… Please email us to order [...]

Nov 062008
 
Essential Books for the New Mexican Herbalist

The wooden bookshelf in our den where I work everyday is filled to the brim by my favorite field guides, ethnobotany texts and herb books, topped by a hand carved bear drum and precious pieces of bones, crystals and potsherds. The Medicine Lodge houses yet more, the bookshelves there full and overflowing now into piles [...]

Oct 292008
 
In Alliance: The New Sweet Medicine Center

I’m excited to pass along the news of Anima allies Darcey Blue and Allison Ewoldt’s new Sweet Medicine Healing Center in Tucson. The name Sweet Medicine comes from the indigenous people of the Gila bioregion and is what we call the river that runs like a precious vein through this land. Both Allison and Darcey [...]

Sep 162008
 
Harvest Season Insanity: Updates and Thanks

Yep, I’m alive and I have many blog posts planned for you… but I’ve only been home two out of the last five days and I’ll be gone again today and tomorrow due to rather unfortunate circumstances. I also just finished designing and laying out Wolf’s newly completed children’s book and doing a couple consultations [...]

Sep 032008
 

We’ve been having major satellite internet trouble the last month. So bad that I’ve barely been able to post on my blog much less contribute to any forums or leave comments on anybody’s blogs. But woohoo, today we’re back up and running. This means I no longer have to wait half an hour for my [...]

Sep 012008
 
Gratitude for the Green Man

Many years before I arrived at the Sanctuary, Wolf was hard at work restoring this sacred land. Much of his work was with the native plants of the canyon, especially the Wild Grape and Willows. When I came home to the Gila, it was Wolf who gave me my first field guides, plant books and [...]