Get the Dirt: Transition to Veganic from Organic Gardening

Blood, bones, fish guts, milk powder, animal poop, and feathers. Yup, it’s ALL part of organic gardening. All of those animal ingredients and more get churned into the earth for reasons of soil balance, fertilizer, and disease prevention. But let’s be real, you don’t really want to embrace the chemicals, genetic modification, and the other… Read more »

Foraging for Dandelions

Recently I got the privilege of being featured on the Animal Advocates You Tube channel to talk about foraging, another of my outdoor passions. If you want to check it out, here’s a link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JxHeyR-svI&t=114s In the video, I promised to post a recipe for my Walnut-Dandelion Veggie Burgers. I always keep my promises… Who… Read more »

Why Do Vegans Need a Garden?

There’s a lot to say about gardening. Any gardening—whether you select ornamentals, herbs, or fruits and veggies. The simple act of putting seeds or bulbs in the dirt connects you directly to the planet. Think of it… you are not just scurrying about, rushed and unaware. You are slowed down enough to literally reach into… Read more »