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A week of tanning in Oregon

Posted September 30, 2021
by Emily Derke
I just returned from a trip to southern Oregon, where I spent a week with Matt &…
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The Shoemaker and the Tanner

Posted March 11, 2021
by Emily Derke
“Experimentation is necessary in creating your own truths,” a friend of mine recently told me. Right now…
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Time Spent with the Sami in Rural Sweden

Posted October 10, 2019
by Marybeth Garmoe
I’ve been back from my travels in Norway and Sweden for almost a month now, but my…
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Winter Camping

Posted February 21, 2019
by Marybeth Garmoe
As I’m writing, I’m sitting in my small cabin next to a crackling wood stove with a…
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A Modern Day Old-Fashioned Log Cabin

Posted October 25, 2015
by North House Folk School
At North House, I frequently have the experience of being inspired. I strike up a conversation with…
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New Horizons in Baking: Sprouted Grain Flours

Posted October 5, 2015
by North House Folk School
Bread baker extraordinaire and North House instructor Amy James is always on the lookout for new horizons…
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Eating Nose to Tail: Going Whole Hog in Butchery

Posted October 5, 2015
by North House Folk School
To take a foods class with Eric Edgin is to be fully immersed in a subject, whether…
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