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Palin’s Ad Doesn’t Cry Wolf, It Makes the Wolves Cry by Trish S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 19 Oct 2008 11:15am To reiterate the message from my post Sarah Palin’s Office is Dedicated to Protecting Animals…or Not, check out this YouTube video that was sent to me from a friend on the Care2 network. It shows Palin’s stance on aerial wolf hunting: If we want someone in office who truly cares about the environment and all of its living creatures, may ... Read on »
DAVID WOLFE ON PEANUT ALLERGY. David Wolfe is answering the question about peanut allergy. Recent Entries by RAWVOLTA Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 12:35am If you want to be notified the next time I write something, subscribe to RSS feed via email or via email on your left. Thanks for stopping by! David Wolfe is answering the question about peanut allergy. source : The Best Day Ever Dear David: I’m a big fan of all the shows and just wanted to put that out there, I’ve been listening to ev ... Read on »
Taming the Wolf Book Tour: Giveaway for a $50 Amazon or B&N Gift Card and Signed Book! #TamingtheWolfBookTour by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 23 Jul 2012 10:05am Taming the Wolf Attacked by a wolf while hiking in the mountains, Anna Avery’s life just got a little hairier. Living in the Big Horn mountains in Wyoming, with a group of werewolves who are more animal than human, Anna must try to hold onto her human side. It’s not easy when the alpha continues to persuade her into his bed, wh ... Read on »
Was That the Big Bad Wolf I Heard? Naaah, it was just Blaine (who sometimes acts like the Big Bad Wolf but let's not go there.. by Bo .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 4:36pm * Once upon a time, there was a crazy little girl traipsing up and down the Yellow Brick Road in Overland Park, Kansas.... The crazy little girl's name was Little Red Riding Hood. One day, Red Riding Hood's mother instructed her to take a basket of goodies to her elderly Grandmother, who lives in the forest called Olat ... Read on »
Red Wolf Controversy by Robert Folzenlogen Posted Wed 05 Dec 2012 12:00am When European explorers first reached North America, red wolves inhabited the southeastern quadrant of the Continent, from New England to the Ozarks of Missouri, southward to the Gulf Coast.  Smaller than gray wolves but larger than coyotes, they favored swamp forests and river valleys.  By the 1970's, habitat loss and predator control programs ... Read on »
The Wild Herbalist: Class Notes by Jesse Wolf Hardin by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 09 Sep 2011 1:07pm THE WILD HERBALIST Steps Towards a More Empowered, Intensely Effective & Satisfying Life & Practice Class Notes by Jesse Wolf Hardin All Photos ©2011 Kiva Rose From the notes for The Wild Herbalist class being taught by Jesse Wolf at the upcoming TWH Conference Saturday, Sept 17th – 2:50-4:50 To Register: www.TraditionsInWest ... Read on »
Interviewing Jesse Wolf Hardin of Plant Healer by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 09 Dec 2013 5:21pm Interview with Plant Healer CoCreator JESSE WOLF HARDIN by Melanie Pulla My dear life and work partner Wolf Hardin has interviewed over 30 different herbalists and wildcrafters for Plant Healer Magazine ( ) and books over the past 5 years, sharing the in-depth stories of the best known herbalists but als ... Read on »
Wolf Moon in Leo by Angela N. Patient Expert Posted Fri 29 Jan 2010 10:07am Tonight is the both the first and the largest full moon of 2010. Called the wolf moon by Native Americans because the wolves howled their lonely song to it on cold winter nights in the Rocky Mountains. Wolves. Full moons. Rocky Mountains. It doesn't get much better than that. I'm visiting Lakeside by way of Polson where I met up with a h ... Read on »
wolf watching in Yellowstone by Rick McCharles Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Sep 2010 12:00am The Adventure Blogger posted his recent adventures with wolf guru park ranger Rick McIntyre. And also posted an account on Gadling: … In 1995, 70 years after the last wolf has been spotted in the park, a controversial plan was announced to reintroduce wolves to Yellowstone. Experts saw them as vital to managing the overall he ... Read on »
Feed the Wolf of Love by RickHanson Posted Sun 23 Oct 2011 3:51pm Which wolf do you feed? The Practice: Feed the wolf of love. Why? I once heard a Native American teaching story in which an elder, a grandmother, was asked what she had done to become so happy, so wise, so loved and respected. She replied: “It’s because I know that there are two wolves in my heart, a wolf of love and a wolf of ... Read on »