Teaching energetic herbalism from a Native American perspective in the Marble Mountain Wilderness area near Mt. Shasta, California. We live in and teach from the paradigm that the plant people were the first beings, our elders and teachers, and that they hold the oldest knowledge. We are committed to passing on this knowledge and fostering these relationships between people and plants and all of nature.
Listen in with Sarah Holmes and a discussion of cancer from a preventive standpoint.
Karyn Sanders interviews David Winston. Originally aired July 14, 2011.
Sarah Holmes shares herbal strategies for a good transition back into the school year.
Karyn Sanders, talks in depth about various herbs.
Join Sarah Holmes for a discussion of supporting caregivers with herbs and essences.
Karyn Sanders interviews author and herbalist Deb Soule about her new book: How to Move Like a Gardener
Listen in to Sarah Holmes as she talks about honoring and connecting with our ancestors, how this can help us to strengthen community, and the plants that can support us in this work.
Sarah Holmes interviews Robin Wall Kimmerer about her new book Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants.
Join host Karyn Sanders as she shares her perspective on wildcrafting, or gathering plants from the wild; exploring the politics and ethics of this practice.
Join Sarah Holmes for another segment in our series, Honoring our Elders. In this episode, Sarah interviews Doña Enriqueta Contreras Contreras, curandera, midwife and teacher. Doña Queta resides in Oaxaca, Mexico. They are joined by Elisa Marina Alvarado graciously translating.
Join Karyn Sanders and her guest, B. Anderson for a discussion of healing and Black Earth Wisdom. B. is an herbalist, earth worker, somatic and music therapy practitioner and founder and steward of Song of the Spirit.
Join Emiliano Lemus with guest Sandor Katz as they discuss the health benefits of fermented foods, beverages, and even plant medicines. Sandor is a fermentation revivalist whose books and teaching have helped catalyze a broad revival of the fermentation arts during the last 20 years. His new book, “Fermentation Journeys: Recipes, Techniques & Traditions from Around the World,” will be released in October.
Join Renée Camila for an intimate look at Chamomile. Often overlooked yet very powerful, she explores their folklore, magic, and medicine.