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Mountain Mama's Musings

DIY Vanilla Infused Oil

The flower pod of a tropical orchid, also known as the ice cream orchid, the scent of vanilla is so pleasing and truly a gift from the tropics! We ...

Warm Winter Solstice Salutations!

Greetings from the snow globe! Many times a day I gawk at the blue sky out a window, or I walk out in the snow with the doggies, or I watch the ...

Plant Speak: Ginger (Zingiber oficinale)

    I love this plant so much that I named my daughter after it. Warming, spicy, tonic, adaptogenic, a gorgeous flaming flower, magical...

DIY: Ginger Sugar Scrub

     A favorite that we used to make way back when we first started making skin care, this ginger sugar scrub is warming, moisturiz...

Happy Harvest! Happy Belated Equinox!

   Greetings from Eastern Oregon! We managed to uproot our business and our family from the farm in Rickreall during the hottest week of...

Find us on Vimeo!

This summer we hosted the New Seasons Market body care specialists out to the farm for a day of festivities. It was the day before solstice so we ...

DIY: Some Cocoa Butter Love

   Cocoa butter, also called cacao butter, is the cream-colored fat extracted from cacao seeds (cocoa beans) and used to add flavor, sce...

Scape Pesto

Our latest culinary obsession is scape pesto. When I studied organic farming in college, we dead headed the curly flower stalks off the garlic to ...

Happy Summer Solstice!

  Well it isn’t exactly warm here yet, as summer in the NW doesn’t officially start until the 4th of July.  It is balmier though, verdan...

Farm update: Wild Carrot is moving!

   For about a year now we have been looking for a way to simplify our lives and find a place that has a larger facility.  Rural li...

DIY: Apricot Amaretto Jam

I get obsessed with harvesting fruit and canning in the summer.  Strawberries now, blueberries next, blackberries and veggies, and then all ...

Plant Speak: Yarrow

  I remember one of the first amazing experiences that I had with yarrow. I went out to Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City to celebrate the summer ...