Accepting Applications for 2016!

Accepting Applications for Apprenticeship Programs with Serendipity Plant Lore School of Ethnobotanical Studies for 2016!

Serendipity Plant Lore is accepting applications for 2016 Planting Love, Red Cedar Love, and Black Poplar Love Programs!OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Interviews will be scheduled from September until December, 2015. Serendipity Plant Lore’s Programs start in February and March, 2016!OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Our first year program “Planting Love” and our second year program “Red Cedar Love” cover the fundamentals of Wild Foraging, Plant Healing, Biological Systems, Botany, and Anatomy, for the Home Herbalist and for the Professional Community Herbalist. These programs are geared towards healers learning and having first hand experiences of Plant/Human Relationship, Stewardship, Biology, Wild Foraging and Plant Identification, Ecosystem Awareness, Field Training, Healing Autism and Other Neurological Diseases, Intestinal Health, Emergency Medicine, Immunity, Degenerative Diseases, Spirituality, Working with the Psycho Spiritual Aspects of Plants, Midwifery Herbs and Deathwifery Herbs, Nutrition and the Olde Ways of Unlocking Plant Knowledge handed down through my families own Healing Tradition. There are further clinical apprenticeships available for Community Herbalists, such as Black Poplar Love and Community Herbalist Love Programs, please send an email for details!DSC_0364

These programs will FUN from March through November 2016.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Email lemonlotus@gmail.com to receive details, dates, and registration information!

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Serendipity Plant Lore School of Ethnobotanical Studies Botanical Hikes of Love!

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The forms of Love! 🙂

 

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Open!!! 🙂

The Forest Beckons us to love every inch of Her! On Saturday, March 28th, and Sunday, March 29th, join us for Serendipity Plant Lore School of Ethnobotanical Studies Botanical Hikes of Love in an old growth forest! We’ll meet together at 9AM and caravan to the forest, and immerse ourselves in the endings of winter and the beginnings of spring. Please dress for the weather, bring water, snack and lunch. We’ll be back in our cars by 1PM’ish. Cost is $40, please email lemonlotus@gmail.com to register!

 

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Fluffy Love!

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Sporing Days! Walking Lightly, the Forest Is Not There Just For People.

Days of Lovely Sporing. There’s so much joy in Sporing. Walking in the Woods, puts so much clarity into my step. So much love. Here are some Friends I’ve been Sporing with, sharing, loving. being. Dainty Orange Umbrellas. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Little Fairy Beads. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Bread on Butter. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Star Belly Sneetches. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA White Krinkle Folds. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Orange Holding Cups. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Red Orange Ribbon Claws. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Water Filled Plinking Pores. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Bright Crimson Wallowing Slippy Slides. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Blue Bubblegum Shoes. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Forest Eggs. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Wooly Warmth. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Something Olde. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Cheeky Pleasures. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Clucking Cliques. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Finishing Maze. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Thumbshine Family. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Golden Sun Disk. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Launching Lode O’ Spores! OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Walking Woods, with Many Friends, Lovers, and a Lens! Oh, how the love we feel, the love we seek, is ever present, and how far and wide each individual can spore, everyone different, trillions of thousands of Mycelium, and still no two the same, no two the same. Some with thoughts of harvest, some with thoughts of worships, some with thoughts of pulling parasites, others with thoughts of loving collaboration. As the Teachings of the Woods, The Down Under Places that eat the life, the down under life, living, beating Being. Down under, I heard a tree fall in the forest, I heard it fall, Tree Being Hear. In a time, not so long ago, in soaring air, and rays downward flow, was a snail. A snail who saw and who sought, the things of little. A snail that moved in a gliding over gilded forest floor of pine-cone pinewood arrows. What the snail found, the snail always knew, but a hawk wanted that too. ‘Tis the time of dancing whirls, of heaven swirls, of beauty curls, and so, this is how Hawk and Snail are known to one another. Snail rode in Hawk, Hawk around Snail, and so they danced and unfurled in their ways. Gulyas Blessings to ALL! (c) 2013, 2014 Summer L. Farkas Takács–Michaelson, CH

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Hungarian Pacific Northwest Chanterelle Gravy :)

It’s mushroom season, not only in the Pacific Northwest in North America, but in Sister Hungary and Ukraine as well!OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Here is a tasty, tasty sauce to serve over fried fish, snail, or rabbit chunks over paella. This sauce is so good to be enough for paella itself, or one may use it to dip a sandwich, eat a steak, a salmon fillet, off a spoon, over fresh cooked green beans, with pasta.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Start by heating up some butter in a pan. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAdd chopped onion and chanterelle mushrooms, saute. Make a roux on the side with some chicken stock or bone broth, quarter cup of oat flour (or flour of your choice) with a cup of broth.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA When the onions are translucent, add the roux directly to your onions and mushrooms in butter. Add Paprika, salt and pepper to taste! Now, stir in another 3 cups of bone broth, simmer until gravy thickens to desired consistency, approximately 7-10 minutes.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Check seasoning again, serve on anything and everything!OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Enjoy!

PS: I cook paella with bone and veggie broth for the liquid, to boost nutrition, color, and adjust starch digestion. A great way to add extra nourishment to grain, and helps with digestibility. 🙂OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

(c) 2013, Summer L. Farkas Takacs Michaelson, CH