Wilder Quarterly #6

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Wilder Quarterly is a publication for people enthralled by the natural world. In these pages you’ll find green thumbs, rooftop gardeners, foodies and chefs, seed savers, architects, hobby farmers, horticulturalists, innovators, amateurs, and experts. Just your everyday mix of growing enthusiasts. Wilder is ‘life through the lens of the growing world’— indoors and out, culture, travel, food and design. Published seasonally for this generation of growers and the next.

Wilder Quarterly #6

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Wilder's Spring edition takes a look at the, ehem, dirtier side of plant life. We visit famed 1970s punk-band CRASS at their UK intentional community and garden, Dial House. We learn about the real birds and bees from famed botanist Timothy Erdmann. Fashion mavens Rodarte give us a guided tour of the California natural landscape that inspires their collections and we hold our first ever Wilder chef battle royale with secret ingredient, asparagus. Wilco's Nels Cline tells us about the sonic sensibilities of wooden instruments and an illustrated botanical primer showcases the plants used in ceremonial rituals. We chat with the Mushroom King of the Pacific Northwest and learn about the dangers of the cut-throat truffle trade. Along the way we learn how to make our own cheese, build a shelter and what to do if we're ever lost in the woods. Groovy.

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Author Celestine Maddy
Publisher Wilder Media
Page Count 140pp
Publication Size 6.5 x 9.5
Publication Notes pefect bound, full color
Publication Date Spring 2013
ISBN n/a

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