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Wild Resilience is a podcast for herbalists, artists, healers, and the people who love them. We focus on the journey of becoming. Why was someone drawn to the plant world? How did they decided to be an artist? What was it that lead them down the path of a healer? We believe in the power of sharing stories for learning, growth and transformation. We hope you listen and are inspired. xo friede
 
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On this episode we’re talking with Amanda David from Rootwork Herbals, the People’s Medicine School, and Bramble Herb Shop Collective. Amanda shares her journey of becoming an herbalist through her initial love of corn and farming, how she really started using herbs as medicine when she had children, and we talk about all the projects she has going…
 
This interview is just gorgeous, we go all over the map of Alyssa’s life: including her jaunt on the ren fair circuit, her journey to becoming a dynamic body worker, and her music career. Alyssa is such a joy to listen to, I know you will enjoy this one! We met in Alyssa’s lovely apartment for coffee and recording, above a little cafe in Trumansbur…
 
In this episode Kirsten Aune talks about her journey as a textile artist. Her youth in 1980’s NYC and her move to Duluth in search for a cheap studio space (she paid $20 a month when she first arrived!). We explore the search for beauty and inspiration in nature and how some of the most pristine parts of Minnesota are under threat from the mining &…
 
In this episode Kris Miller shares with us how she “tracks aliveness” & uses herbs in her therapy sessions with clients. She studied plant spirit medicine with Pam Montgomery, herbal medicine with Rosemary Gladstar and is a co-director at Heartstone Herbal School with Tammi Sweet from episode 2. They have developed a brand new course at their schoo…
 
Tammi Sweet feels like a tree amongst the flowers. Twenty years ago a friend brought her to the Northeast Women’s Herbal Gathering and it was there she found her community of people who love plants. In this interview she shares her journey as a seeker of spirit which first brought her into devout catholicism, but when she stopped seeing god in the …
 
Kara Timmons decided college wasn’t for her at 19 and left to see the country. In the national forest in New Mexico she found a flier for 7 Songs program (from Episode 1) that brought her into her herbal journey. That journey ended up spanning the whole breadth of North America. Once she hung her shingle as an herbalist she realized that she wanted…
 
7 Song is the teacher and director of the NE School of Botanical Medicine. In 1981 he hitch hiked to Santa Cruise to attend his first herb class at the Platonic Herbal Academy. He kept hitch hiking for a few more years then settled in at the California School of Herbal Studies in 1983. He studied hard for 10 years, living in a P.O.S. before he got …
 
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