-Domestication of The Species by Steve Watts -Was Agriculture a Good Idea by Norm Kidder -Fire and The Traditional Garden by Jim Dina -Antlers In The Garden by Steve Watts -Planting For The Future by Clayton Brascoupe -Mortar and Pestle by Paul Campbell -Primitive Gourdcraft by Scott Jones -Silviculture by Errett Callahan -Subsistence Patterns -The Adventure Of Learning About Wild Foods by Christopher Nyerges -Food Sources of The Kootenai River Project by Lynx Shepherd -Primitive Traveling Kit by Matt Graham -Pottery Firing in Peru by Maria-Louise Sidoroff -How to Paint a Mammoth by Chuck Kritzon -A Pigment Processing Slab by Sophie A. De Beaune -The Burial Mound Project by Steve Watts -This Old House by Michael Litchford -Notes On Fire by Vince Pinto -Knapping Notes by Jack Cresson -The Tsirk Challenge by Errett Callahan -Tie One On In The Wild by Jim Miller -Elder: A Useful Tree Found Worldwide by Christopher Nyerges and more.
Bulletin #24 - Gifts From The Earth
Cover by David Wescott, ID. Earth pigments are refined and collected onto these unique stone pallets, made from local rocks by Goode Jones (OR). From top -Achokecherry ''brush'' capable of applying two sizes of line; basalt pallet with copper sulfate pigment (from Europe); sandstone pallet with red ochre; and a metamorphic pallet with yellow ochre.