Thursday, July 2, 2009

Growing plants that attract wildlife

Check out my article in the July issue of American College Of Health Science newsletter!

Find it on page 4 How to help children discover the wonders of nature: Growing plants that attract wildlife

4 comments:

prozac nation said...

Nice article, I haven't finished it yet but it has a lot of information needed to educate the young one's on loving nature. This will serve as an eye opener for the young minds to be part of caring for the mother nature

Prozac said...

Very nice and very informative. Though I'm curious what sorts of more practical applications these plants might have.

Angie Goodloe LMT, Herbalist said...

Thanks for stopping by! this article was general (about getting kids out in nature and attracting wildlife to your yard) there are more about practical applications on this blog or a great place to look is http://www.henriettesherbal.com/

Tori, Jessie, Ria, Kat, and Tea. Who is next? said...

I only recently decided to pursue (wittout the assistance of Clayton College of Natural Health, as I desire to do) an education in herbs and remedies using them. I'm grateful to have found your blog. You have great info and it's so cool that you teach online, in addition. Man, you must be busy with 2 littles and all that! Thank you for keeping your blog up, though. Lots of people need it, even if they haven't found it yet.

I don't know if you would be willing, but I'm asking those whose blogs I admire and have been reading to look into Codex Alimentarius for themselves, if they don't already know about it. There are some bills in the House and Senate that are going to come to vote soon (one was supposed to be today, but they MAY be putting it off... Oh, I hope so!) and they are NOT in the best interests of our freedoms to choose natural health care! Since you have such a blog, I hope you will recognize the danger to one of your pursuits (in addition to Motherhood). You can read some on my blog if you're interested. The Codex stuff starts at http://gollihughfamily.blogspot.com/2009/07/codex-alimentarius.html and then there's more about bill info and other political info relating to CODEX after the address above.

Thank you for your work on your blog! And you have adorable children. :)