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Each year as the weather cools and the plants start to wither, we need to put the earth to bed. The earth needs to rest and repair so that it can give again in the spring. Tend to the yard one last time, making sure that leaves are raked up and fallen branches are cleared. Return plant matter to the garden, and till it one last time. If you have compost or other soil to mix in, now is the time to add it to the earth. Give thanks for the bounty that was received, and as you turn the last shovel ...

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From Lughnasadh at the beginning of the month, we have reached harvest time. Not all of us have gardens or seasonal crops that are dependent upon our ability to harvest the food they create. However, we can usually find something to harvest in a spot out in nature, even if only a public park. Go to an area with plants and grass and find something to harvest. It could be something as simple as a clover and should not be anything that would be illegal to take. Whatever you are able to harvest, ...

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In many places, gardens are in full production mode at this time of year. If you’re growing your own garden, don’t forget to give back to the land spirits as you enjoy the fruits of the earth (and your own labor). Whether your harvest is bountiful or slim, you should remember and acknowledge those spirits. Gather together a selection of your harvest, be it food or herbs, and make a small biodegradable (all-natural) bundle. At the edge of your garden or land, place it carefully, ...

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Legend has it that faeries and other wee folk have a penchant for shiny things—especially dimes! Depending on the country in which you live, gather dimes or the smallest silver coins offered in your local currency. Shine up thirteen of these dimes (or other coins) with soap and water. Put these in your right-hand pocket and carry a small packet of honey with you to your favorite natural spot where you expect the wee folk to have a presence— ideally in your own garden, backyard, or ...

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After the symbolic acts of reaping that took place at Lammas, people watched their fields for signs that the entire crop was ready for harvest. In Scotland, the harvest ritual was performed by a male...
        
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