herbalism

It Still Lives: Season 2, Episode 1

It Still Lives: Season 2, Episode 1

We are back from a short break with our first episode of season 2! Join us as we talk about the Flu Epidemic of 1918. This global pandemic had devastating effects, even in the mountains of...
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It Still Lives: Season 1, Episode 9

It Still Lives: Season 1, Episode 9

The holiday season is upon us! During the month of December, hosts Kami Ahrens and TJ Smith introduce you to a unique Appalachian Christmas tradition: serenading. Unlike the idyllic images of...
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It Still Lives: Season 1, Episode 8 Part 2

It Still Lives: Season 1, Episode 8 Part 2

This week we are releasing part 2 of our folk medicine episode. Part 2 features interviews from Flora Youngblood, Ronda Reno, Kenny Runion, and Patricia Kyritsi Howell. Hosts Kami Ahrens and TJ...
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It Still Lives: Season 1, Episode 8 Part 1

It Still Lives: Season 1, Episode 8 Part 1

  We are back with another full-length podcast episode for you all! This month, we feature interviews related to folk medicine practices in Southern Appalachia. This episode is broken into two...
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Herb Day at Foxfire

Join us as we celebrate the opening of the Phillips cabin, a historic structure that has been reinterpreted as an herbalist’s apothecary. The event will feature a dedication, guided plant...
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Medicinal Plant Walk

Led by herbalist Patricia Howell, director of BotanoLogos School of Herbal Studies, our nature walks will explore the diversity of herbs and medicines native to the Southern Appalachian region,...
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Medicinal Plant Walk

Led by herbalist Patricia Howell, director of BotanoLogos School of Herbal Studies, our nature walks will explore the diversity of herbs and medicines native to the Southern Appalachian region,...
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Planting by the Moon

Join Timpson Creek Farm Project Manager, Darby Weaver, as she delves into the biodynamic practice of planting by the moon. While biodynamic growers utilize this technique today, it has been used...
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