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Weed Walk Invasive Garden

When we did our weed walk we started in the invasive garden. This garden has a mind of it's own. I've long given up trying to tame t...

Monday, June 10, 2024


Weed Walk!

Above is a picture of those that participated on the second weed walk.  So now I wonder if that makes it the 1st annual as its the first time it was done on a yearly basis or if it's the second annual as it is the second time we've done it.  Anyone know?

What's a weed walk?  We wondered through the property as I was pointing out plants with nutrition or medicinal properties.  We happened upon over 30 plants that day.  It was done in three sections and I will post the plant information per section soon. We had the invasive garden, the berry garden, and yard weeds. There is a lot of information and I will put up pictures as well to help identification. 

We are provided with so many great ways that nature keeps us healthy.  This was but a taste of what's out there. We didn't get a change to see it all, but I will do this again next year and add plants that help with poison oak, and natural St. Johns Wort, to name a couple. 

It was a lovely day and I appreciate those of you that came out that day.  Most were from the Placer  County Freedom Coalition, which is a ministry of the Church of Glad Tidings. This church is doing some great works! They are currently focusing on creating a sanctuary to help save children from human trafficking. There is a great need there and they are stepping up.  For more information and how you can help, go to  https://youtu.be/VC_KFyGPoQU or churchofgladtidings.com 

Blessings to you all!