Extended Backyard

Land we claim for exploring, adventure, learning and identification.  This plays a big role in nature learning.

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Danaka (behind the camera) was able to collect some wild mint, too.  We hang to dry then enjoy thru the year, predominantly as tea.  She has learned to identify several wild plants, and respectfully picks a small percent of the available plant to make sure there is plenty left for nature (and future reaping).

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