June in northern Minnesota brings a riot of fruit trees & shrubs in bloom that we can look forward to later in the season. But why not enjoy the beauty they have to offer now and take a moment to get to know them. Soon they will become old friends!
This is the third in my series of Wild Harvesting videos. I hope you enjoy it as much as I had making it. These plants are like old friends I get the joy of reconnecting with every spring.
As the second in my new series of wild foraging videos, I show you a quick saute I pulled together using what was available that day…dandelion greens, day lily shoots & tubers, curly & yellow dock leaves & roots and stinging nettle shoots. It was delicious!
While spring is rapidly being replaced by summer, there is still time…go out and walk through your back yard or neighborhood looking for them and try you hand at it!
#clovervalleylivin #eathealthy #wildforaging
This is first of what will be a whole series of videos on wild harvesting!
It’s far from perfect but not too bad for my first try. I hope you enjoy it!
You can now place pre-orders from our Online Market Place for pick up at the Duluth Farmers Market or or home delivery starting Saturday May 9th!
Choose FREE pickup at the Duluth Farmers Market at the corner of 14th Ave E. and 3rd St.
Wednesdays between 2pm and 5pm or Saturdays between 8am and Noon.
Home delivery, for only $10, will be available Wednesdays between 10am and 1pm and Saturdays between 1pm and 4pm in Duluth up to Knife River! At check out, enter you zip code and the delivery option will pop up if it’s available to you location. If not, please contact us and we will do what we can to accommodate your needs!
Our new Fire Cider is ready! Get it in a 2-pack or in the immune support sample box with the Super Mother Shots! Check out all of our new sample boxes at our online Marketplace.
We are working on getting our website ready for pre-ordering and curbside pick up at the Duluth Farmers Market starting May 9th…stay posted!
With classes & markets canceled, restaurants & shops closed, many people are struggling. We, like many other self-employed people, saw our income vanish over night. Self-employed people are not eligible for unemployment and many are not yet the target of any assistance. If you can, please go online and buy gift cards from all of the local restaurants, shops and businesses you want to be there for you when this crisis over. Do what you can to help those who are being hit the hardest and stay safe, stay well!