Moonwise Herbs, LLC is a community resource founded by herbalist Linda Conroy. Linda’s herbal work is focused on a regenerative approach to the land, to health, nourishment and healing. Through Moonwise Herbs, she offers educational programs including apprenticeship and in-depth programs. These programs are designed to transfer wisdom and knowledge of traditional skills that honor our relationship to life. By offering learning experiences as well as offering handcrafted small batch herbal products our vision is to contribute to the natural cycles that promote healthy systems. In addition to handcrafted herbal products we offer books, local raw honey, beeswax and much more. Visit our website at www.moonwiseherbs.com for more information.
For conference attendees when you order products on our website you can enter the code: "FreeShip50" and receive free shipping on orders of $50 or more, until October 5, 2020. You will find an extensive book collection, our handcrafted herbal wares, honey, beeswax and much more!
Dirt and Sun Arts offers a variety of one of a kind, handmade crafts including, but not limited to, ceramics, candles, weavings, and embroidery. With a focus on inclusivity, sustainability, creativity, and self reflection, she also offers home art classes and meditative crafting workshops in Chicago, IL. Abby has a strong passion for holistic healing and intentional living and she is excited to continue growing her small but mighty organization.
In 2016, Thistle Pettersen recruited women to start a feminist community powered radio “station” on the internet. WLRN tables at events, creates a monthly handcrafted news program, produces a music show and more! WLRN seeks to provide the unique and under-represented voices of girls and women with a national and international grassroots venue to break the sound barrier women are blocked by under the status quo rule of men. They are a non-commercial, member-operated news and cultural information team strictly guided by the principles of radical feminism.
Fungi Perfecti, LLC is a family-owned business out of Olympia dedicated to promoting the cultivation of high-quality gourmet and medicinal mushrooms. In business since 1980, they have been instrumental in developing new technologies and markets for gourmet mushrooms throughout the world. Their mission is to explore, study, preserve and spread knowledge about the use of fungi for helping people and the planet.
Check out their products at www.Fungi.com and use code "FUNGALS25" for 25% off HostDefense supplements (Excluding teas and chocolates)
Candy Cap ID Poem By Loni Jean Ronnebaum:
“Surface dry, never viscid
Cap and stem, color consistent
Hairy stem base, hollow in age
Light white latex, no yellow stain
Wrinkled/uneven cap it might
Spores are light, yellow to white”
Natural Awakenings is a free monthly publication targeted specifically to various regions around the country. They’re all about healthy and sustainable living (mind, body and spirit). Their goals are to empower individuals to live a healthier lifestyle on a healthier planet. To educate communities on the latest in natural health and sustainability. To connect readers with local wellness resources and events, inspiring them to lead more balanced lives.
For more information, check out their website and facebook links:
Natural Awakenings Chicago: NAChicago.com Natural Awakenings Chicago Magazine
Natural Awakenings Milwaukee: naturalMKE.com Natural Awakenings of Milwaukee
Natural Awakenings Twin Cities: NATwinCities.com Natural Awakenings Twin Cities
Natural Awakenings Indianapolis: NaturalAwakeningsIndy.com Natural Awakenings Indy
Natural Awakenings West Michigan: NaturalWestMichigan.com Natural Awakenings Magazine of West Michigan
Natural Awakenings Detroit Metro: NaturalAwakeningsDetroit.com Natural Awakenings Detroit
Natural Awakenings Ann Arbor: HealthyLivingMichigan.com Healthy Living Michigan Natural Awakenings
Taproot Threads is a clothing company based in Western Massachusetts that offers original, hand-drawn designs hand-screened on ethically sourced apparel for adults, kids and babies. They have several mushroom, botanical, "punny" and nature designs. When not printing or drawing, Carol is most likely to be found in her garden or on a trail somewhere. Her company creates the official conference apparel and we are always happy to welcome her back!
You can find her beautiful clothing at www.taprootthreads.etsy.com and use code "MYCELIUM2020" for 10% off in their Etsy store from 9/25-10/1 - (excludes "Resist" donation tees)
Stoned Fairy Farms is a small, family owned farm in the driftless region of northern Illinois. They specialize in medicinal mushrooms and ferments. They have a ferment CSA with herbal/mushroom kombucha, kefirs, krauts, amazakes and more! They also run a small batch apothecary with locally foraged or homegrown plants and mushrooms. In Appy’s free time, you can find her foraging in the woods or exploring nature with the boys.
You can find her and her family's offerings at https://www.stonedfairyfarms.com/ and on Facebook and Instagram @stonedfairyfarms
Midwest Moon Organics offers handmade hemp clothing, fiber art like patchwork jackets and sacred geometry and mushroom patches and herbal tincture offerings. They are a one-women run clothing, herbal and arts shop. Amethyst is a self taught seamstress and has been sewing since 2006. Her inspirations come from many things--mainly: nature, spirituality, and life events.
Find her offerings at www.Midwestmoonorganics.com and on Facebook and Instagram @midwestmoonorganics
Dancing Tree is the website for Ruth Barrett's music CDs, with links to her books and classes in magic and ritual arts. Ruth Barrett is an internationally known mountain dulcimer artist and singer who began playing in 1971. Since relocating to Michigan in 2017, Ruth has been joined by Lansing musicians, cellist Rachel Alexander and percussionist Pele Yemaya. They regularly give special seasonal concert performances that celebrate the music, poetry, and lore of the Wheel of the Year holy days.
Find her inspiring musical offerings at www.dancingtree.org