Skip to main content

IN THIS ISSUE - March 2021

Feb 28, 2021 10:10PM ● By Dave Korba

In This Issue

 

Click on this link to view the digital version of the March 2021 magazine. Our feature story is entitled “Down to Earth – The Promise of Regenerative Organic Farming”

Here are Quick Links to our LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS, also in print

 

Class for Cancer Survivors at Absolute Pilates

Class for Cancer Survivors at Absolute Pilates

Absolute Pilates is offering a free class for breast cancer survivors on the last Wednesday of each month. Read More » 

 

New Podcast from H2L Studio

New Podcast from H2L Studio

H2L Studio is offering a podcast on Spotify Read More » 

 

Amethyst Center Weekend Retreats

Amethyst Center Weekend Retreats

Amethyst Retreat Center has six R&R Personal Retreats weekends coming up on the weekends of April 16, May 21, June 11, September 3, October 8, and November 5 Read More » 

 

Virtual Spring Native Plant Sale

Virtual Spring Native Plant Sale

The online Manada Conservancy spring native plant sale fundraiser will continue through April 20, with pick-up on May 1. Read More » 

 

New Half-Pint Corner at Palmyra

New Half-Pint Corner at Palmyra

Palmyra Real Food Emporium is turning the herb garden in the front yard into a teaching area. Read More » 

 

Wild Woman New Moon Circle

Wild Woman New Moon Circle

Amethyst Retreat Center will host a Wild Woman Project New Moon Circle led by Zoe Miner from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., March 15. Read More » 

 

Yoga Alleviates Anxiety

Yoga Alleviates Anxiety

Dillsburg Yoga and Emily Gilmore will conduct Yoga for Anxiety, a six-week course from 10 to 11:15 a.m. on March 5, 12, 19 and 26, and April 2 and 9 online via Zoom. Read More » 

 

 

Here are Quick Links to our LOCAL FEATURE ARTICLES, also in print

 

Sustainable Growing Practices Impact Local Communities

Sustainable Growing Practices Impact Local Communities

Two local farms in the South Central Pennsylvania region use sustainable growing practices to protect, enhance and replenish soil nutrients for current and future food production. Read More » 

 
You can read the entire print issue, above, in its digital format. In it you’ll find additional articles to keep you educated and informed about natural health and wellness.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVES FOR MARCH 2020

In addition to the digital version of the print edition found above, here are MORE, LOCAL articles found exclusively online…


Foam Rollers and Rehabilitation

Foam Rollers and Rehabilitation

In the rehab world, foam rollers really can and do serve a valuable role, especially for certain individuals and injuries. Read More » 

 

A Whole Person Approach to Fertility Care

A Whole Person Approach to Fertility Care

Local experts Erin Donley and Jaque Hanson offer fertility care support that considers the whole person—body, mind and spirit. Read More » 

 

Addressing Pet Obesity with Organic Raw Food

Addressing Pet Obesity with Organic Raw Food

Weight gain in pets can create issues in their nervous system, digestive system, the heart and create aches and pains in the joints and bone structure. Read More » 

 

Addressing Stress Anxiety and Depression with an Herbal Perspective

Addressing Stress, Anxiety and Depression with an Herbal Perspective

The availability of plant medicines is almost endless. Read More » 

 

Q  A with Dickinson College Organic Farm

Q & A with Dickinson College Organic Farm

We recently connected with Jenn Halpin & Matt Steiman of the Dickinson College Organic Farm in Carlisle to find out about their regenerative and sustainable farming efforts. Read More » 

 

helivideoAdobestockcom

Plug and Pedal: The Benefits of Using Electric Bikes

An Earth-friendly alternative for work commutes or pleasurable neighborhood spins is the e-bike, powered by pedaling and an electric motor. Read More » 

 

kissedbythegodsPexelscom

Healing from Grief: Four Ways to Find Peace

How to discover the light side of grief and identify and embrace the invitations that lay within its deep layers to find inner peace and healing. Read More »