At 89 years young, Dariel Belcher is the epitome of well roundedness. She can throw a sophisticated dinner party for which she has done all the floral arrangements herself one night, and beat grown men at pool with a beer in her hand at the local pub the next.
Little Man’s owner bought him two springs ago at a pet store. He cost was merely $20—all for a floppy-eared, miniature black lop with grey feet in a plain paper box. No one knew that this inexpensive pet would end up costing thousands, and testing the bond between human and animal.
Growing up I was blessed with great parents, and to this day the gifts that I remember as being the best were the simplest. The fancy gifts are long gone, but the simple ones still remain on my wall, desk, or mantle to enjoy.
Seeing “homegrown food on every table” is Marjory Wildcraft’s vision. Wildcraft has been called “the Martha Stewart of self-reliance,” as she teaches others how to simply and easily grow their own food, heal themselves with their own medicine, and find the perfect survival retreat.