|Field Notes, Tina Sams How do we absorb herbal knowledge?
||About the Cover Announcing our 2015 cover artist--Carey Adler Jung!
|The Healing Mists, Liz Henle Rediscover an ancient women's healing ritual.
||Winter Moisturizing, Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh Make these softening and moisturizing skin delights.
|Through the Looking Glass, Susanna Reppert Brill A glimpse into the life of Fairy Artist, Cicely Mary Barker. First in a new series!
||What Will You Do This Winter? List Article We asked the Yahoo! group what they are looking forward to in the quiet of winter.
|Making Time, Rachel Johnston The things you love most often fall to the end of the list. Shouldn't they come first?
||Matcha Tea, Jackie Johnson Revered for thousands of years, this powdered tea deserves a place in your cup.
|Dried Flower Candle Decals, Maryanne Schwartz Turn a plain pillar candle into a work of art, or make a wax hurricane lamp.
||Creativitea, Molly Sams So many herbs to try!
|Elders & Herbs: People, Pets & Herbs, Janice Masters Companion animals benefit from the food as medicine adage, with a sprinkling of herbs.
||Scents from the Still Room, Catherine Love Refreshing the scent of home in the middle of winter.
|2015 Herbs in the Spotlight, Tina Sams This year, Savory and Common Dittany have been chosen for study.
||TMJ, Adrian White Herbal help for Temporalmandibular Joint Disorder.
|Herbal Crafting with Kids, Sharlene Young-Bolen Fun projects for kids.
||Balsam Poplar (Cottonwood) Soap, Marci Tsohonis Oil infused with Cottonwood buds is the base for this luxury bar.
|Interesting Folk Remedies for Cold and Flu, Sandy Michelsen A collection of ways to ease those winter bugs, including chicken soup.
||Excerpts from Granny's Remedy Book, Susan Hess 19th century Pennsylvania cough remedies, many (or variations) still in common use.
|3 Categories of Skin Issues, Jamie Jackson So you say you have a rash, eh?