Category Archives: Nature

Cornucopia Mountain Bike Trails

The Cornucopia area has some amazing terrain, with a 500 foot vertical drop from the sand trails at the top of the Bayfield Peninsula, to the clay, loam and then sandstone down near Lost Creek Falls. But at this time … Continue reading

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The Wilderness Gym

Routine is the key to health and fitness. Sitting at a desk all day and then going to the gym for an hour before dinner has been shown to NOT increase your overall health. Loggers, coal miners, small farmers and … Continue reading

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Edible Plants – They feed more than your mouth…

“What’s that plant?” is often the first question asked me. The second; “Can I eat it?” The second is a bit more complicated to answer. There are some good books out there, and even websites are now portable, allowing you … Continue reading

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Winter Herbal Apothecary

By Gigi Stafne, MH, ND Open up the door to your medicine cabinet, take a look inside.  Are you ready for this winter?  Remember last year?  How quickly you forgot about the intense earache in the middle of the night, … Continue reading

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Tracking: Mysteries waiting…

When I was a teenager I spent every Sunday tracking. That’s one day a week for at least a year straight getting down on all fours trying to figure out what animal I was following and what it was up … Continue reading

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