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Kombucha Candy?

December 28, '13 by Leigh Merinoff

Yes! Kombucha candy! For those of you familiar with Kombucha, you know what a Kombucha mother is and what it looks like. Not too appetizing or pleasing to the eye, and usually discarded as they accumulate. But this time, I wanted to try something new. I was searching online for... read more


July 28, '13 by Leigh Merinoff

  One of my favorite healing herbs I grow at the farm for my salves is Calendula, a truly remarkable medicinal flower. Getting to know the Calendula plant has shown me how much healing we have in the earth and field. Seeing this plant is an immediate emotional and mental... read more


June 18, '13 by Leigh Merinoff

  DANDELIONS (Taraxacum officinale) Spring has so much to pick in the field and through wildcrafting for fiddleheads, ramps, and dandelions. As I emerge from winter, however mild, in a sluggish hibernating state, Dandelions really contribute to a health boost! A mainstay of my health arsenal; I personally use dandelion... read more

My Herbs

June 02, '13 by Leigh Merinoff

  I’d like to begin this blog by talking about herbs and how I became captivated by the wonder of them.  Growing herbs for me has been a journey in observation.  It’s opened my creative mind as I watch them and ask the questions; where will they grow, how will... read more