Fireweed #1: A Zine of Grassroots Radical Herbalism and Wild Foods Connecting With Kids and Family Life

Microcosm Publishing Fireweed #1: A Zine of Grassroots Radical Herbalism and Wild Foods Connecting With Kids and Family Life <p class=\"artist\"><span class=\"by\">by Jess Krueger</span></p><div class=\"description\"><p>Fireweed, as the full title implies, is all about introducing your kids to plants. It\'s about teaching young children the joy of gathering edibles, and making them into candies, teas, jellies, or even medicines. There\'s tips for going on plant walks, and suggestions for good introductory plants like ginger, mint, and marshmallow. There are recipes for prickly pear crisp, catnip tea, and simple fermented herbal infusions. The authors conduct a couple interviews with parents about their experiences sharing plants with their children. This zine is really inspiring.  </p></div>
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Fireweed #1: A Zine of Grassroots Radical Herbalism and Wild Foods Connecting With Kids and Family Life

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Fireweed #1: A Zine of Grassroots Radical Herbalism and Wild Foods Connecting With Kids and Family Life
Fireweed #1: A Zine of Grassroots Radical Herbalism and Wild Foods Connecting With Kids and Family Life

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by Jess Krueger

Fireweed, as the full title implies, is all about introducing your kids to plants. It's about teaching young children the joy of gathering edibles, and making them into candies, teas, jellies, or even medicines. There's tips for going on plant walks, and suggestions for good introductory plants like ginger, mint, and marshmallow. There are recipes for prickly pear crisp, catnip tea, and simple fermented herbal infusions. The authors conduct a couple interviews with parents about their experiences sharing plants with their children. This zine is really inspiring.  

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