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Mary McCallum

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Conversing w/ Plants & Rising From The Ashes | Mary McCallum

Welcoming Wealth

This month on the podcast we're speaking with Mary McCallum - founder of Sierra Roots Wellness. Mary lives on Washo land in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. After years of struggling with chronic disease, Mary was led to begin work as a Clinical Vitalist Herbalist + practitioner. Through her re connection to the earth and its beings, she found herself in a place of tremendous growth. This journey of growth has inspired her to share her passion for cultivating Vitality through the healing power of nature with others. We chat about: -conversing with plants-tending to our own roots through rest +connection with plants-uses for plant medicine-Sierra Nevada plants-working with our ancestors-mutual aid work-bringing access to BIPOC +unsheltered communities with herbsLINKS:Mary's Website: www.sierrarootswellness.com Mary's Instagram: www.instagram.com/sierrarootswellnessMeg's Website: www.megthompson.com

1hr 6mins

6 Jun 2022

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Nettle: Mary McCallum

Next Ingredient

Clinical herbalist Mary McCallum joins us to share her life-long romance with Nettles. Learn all about these potent, spiky spring greens that are so versatile and easy to add to your diet. What's the difference between bear skin and bare skin? What should you bring to your next barbecue? Mary will tell you. Sound note: along with my close proximity to a busy road, Mary lives in an area with inconsistent strong cell service - so forgive our blips and blops during this fun conversation. Visit Mary's Instagram (@sierrarootswellness) and website (www.sierrarootswellness.com). Nettle Pesto: Fresh nettle stems and leaves, olive oil, lemon zest, pepper, salt, fresh lemon juice, garlic cloves, and optional nuts/parmesan. Summertime Tea: ¼ cup dried nettle ( or if you’re in the high desert, use ⅛ cup dried nettle, ⅛ cup marshmallow root) in 32 oz jar, add boiling water and steep twenty minutes or overnight for a stronger infusion. You can add honey and lemon juice! Check out the Next Ingredient website. Take a peek at the blog while you’re there.  Maybe you’re more of an Instagram person: @nextingredient. Thank you for listening! Please feel free to contact us with questions or comments, or if you would like to be a guest on the show.  *This podcast is meant to be a survey and celebration of natural ingredients. Please remember that health topics mentioned in these episodes are general. This is not to be considered one-on-one consulting with Next Ingredient, and does not replace a partnership with a trusted healthcare practitioner.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/next-ingredient/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/next-ingredient/support


12 Aug 2021

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ep # 137 - Mary McCallum

Sweetman Podcast

An in-depth conversation with poet and publisher Mary McCallum

2hr 4mins

15 Oct 2018

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Sweetman Podcast: Episode 137 – Mary McCallum

Sweetman Podcast

An in-depth conversation with Wellington writer and publisher Mary McCallum. We talk writing and publishing, journalism, poetry, broadcasting and the conversation is punctuated by readings of poems from Mary's debut poetry collection, "XYZ of Happiness".

2hr 4mins

11 Oct 2018

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