|Field Notes, Tina Sams Deciding what to keep and what to let go to make room for life.
|About the Cover, Carey Jung She was drawn to tropical beaches for this issue's cover.
|Herbal Brews to Help Beat the Heat, Catherine Love What could be more refreshing than these perfect blends?
|Floral Waters and Colognes, Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh Make your own wearable scents, starting with these recipes.
|"Brainiac/Maniac:" Herbs that Support the Nervous System, Suzan T Scholl The nervous system is important for our emotional and physical well-being. Learn to support it naturally.
|Mints, Mints & More Mints, Sandy Michelsen Easy to grow and use, there's a reason that mints are in almost every herb garden.
|Creating a Nature Table, Betsy May Do you come home with pockets full of seeds, rocks, and feathers? This is for you.
|Roll Me Over, In the Clover, Cathy Calf Child Need a reason to gather the red clover growing outside? Cathy gives us about 100 good ones.
|Loving That Lavender, Kristine Brown All about lavender and her lessons. Instructions for an eye pillow, too!
|Skullcap (Scutellaria laterifolia), Jackie Johnson How and why to use this beautiful, relaxing herb.
|Corn Mother Silk Soap, Marci Tsohonis Lush, silky bubbles from the oft overlooked corn silk.
|What's in a Name? Sue Kusch Do you know your officinale from your vulgaris? You should.
|My Love Affair with Lavender, Gale LaScala Some fascinating history regarding lavender.
|What Drew Me to Herbs? List We asked the Yahoo! group how they first became interested in herbs.
|Herbal Kitchen Braid, Rita Richardson Keep culinary herbs handy with this attractive craft, and maybe make an extra or two for gifts.