Tag Archives: New Mexico

Goat Milk Soap Workshop this Sunday

[12/1/11 update: THE CLASS IS FULL. I can’t accept any more registrations. Sorry!] Our last workshop of the season will be this Sunday, December 4th, on Making Goat Milk Soap. If you’re interested in learning this craft, we still have … Continue reading

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Farmer Protection Act -Action Needed in New Mexico to Protect Farmers from GE Crop Contamination

Thank you to everyone who called your senator. The Farmer Protection Act was tabled for this legislative session. BUT we still need your help! I’ve copied an email from Miguel Santistevan who worked diligently with many others to get this … Continue reading

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Looking Back and Giving Thanks

2009 was the first year since moving to New Mexico in late 2007 that we had abundantly producing gardens. It was a joy to have vegetables, fruits and herbs from the garden again. The grocery store just can’t compete with … Continue reading

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St John’s Wort Oil in New Mexico

St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perfolatum) is one of my favorite plants. I love its buttery yellow flowers and the way they magically produce a deep red ruby juice when crushed. I love how it pops up in unexpected places like … Continue reading

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Sunstone Goes to New Mexico!

Yes, it’s true. We’ve moved to the Land of Enchantment. Not to worry, we’ll continue doing our same Sunstone goodness here in a sunnier clime. We saved seeds and harvested overtime during the summer to keep us in stock while … Continue reading

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