Hello, welcome to my site!

I’m a gardening geek, wild edible plant forager, dahlia farmer, and botany enthusiast.

 I offer landscape design services, classes, tutoring, and consultations. My knowledge and services are primarily based around two subjects, gardening and foraging for wild edible plants. I additionally offer topics such as Wildlife Gardening, Sustainable Garden Design, Permaculture, Vegetable Gardening, Plant Disease Diagnosis, and more!

My background includes five years and five hundred hours as a WSU Master Gardener (Class of 2011), an OSU Permaculture Design Certification, and more. I’m also a full time student at Clark College, working towards a degree in Botany. Most importantly, I practice the subjects I like to teach about. I’m slowly converting my backyard into a sustainably designed natural garden ecosystem. You can read more about my background here.

If you would have any questions or want to just say hi, please send me an email! I’d love to hear from you.

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My Family’s Homestead, Peculiar Ambitions
is part of the Clark County Small Acreage Program’s Farm Tour this Sept 16th!

We are a small scale homestead and have learned so much about raising our own animals as well as all kinds of homesteading skills.
We are also artists and potters and love to share our work and knowledge with you.

Click here for more info and our workshop schedule for Sept. 16th!

Bring the family and have some fun with us!
Activities include:
~ Pottery, Art, Knitting, Yarn, Dahlia and Plant Store Open All Day
~ Gas Kiln Firing and Pottery Demonstrations All Day
Workshop Schedule:
~ Wild Edible Plant Walk … 10:15 am
~ Youth Finger Knitting Class …11:00 am
~ Dahlia Growing Class …12:00 pm
~ Backyard Chickens Talk …1:00 pm
~ Backyard Pork Talk …1:30 pm
~ Backyard Beef Talk  …2:00 pm

Intro to Urban Foraging Workshop at Columbia Springs

Saturday, September 23rd, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.

Whether you want to survive a zombie apocalypse, or cook healthier, cheaper meals for your family, foraging is a practical skill for all ages. Join us for a presentation and guided walk around Columbia Springs to help you identify the many safe, easy and free foods that grow in abundance right within our city limits. Cost: $10/person fee (scholarships available, contact us for details)

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Workshop fills up quickly! To learn more and register, visit http://www.columbiasprings.org/events.

For questions, email volunteering@columbiasprings.org or call 360-882-0936 x224.
Columbia Springs, 12208 SE Evergreen Hwy, Vancouver, WA 98683, USA