Introduction to
Native Earth Wild Craft

In Cree creation stories, we are said to come from the stars, as descendants of Star People, and when we have completed our journey on this Earth we will return to where we come from. Everything that happens on Earth affects the whole Universe, just as our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual balance impacts the health of the planet. We are spiritual beings having a human experience on the Earth, who is our Great Mother, and must be respected and honored as the giver of life itself. The Plant People were here long before humans, they are our ancestors and wise teachers, and they are here to help us keep the balance. All creation is alive with Spirit and we are all connected in this circle, with an important purpose to live in love and harmony with one another. It is this spiritual connection that Amanda seeks to facilitate through the use of plant medicines and holistic healing traditions, to support people in the healing of themselves, as well as their families, communities, and nations.

Amanda Bird – Mikisew Cree Herbalist

Native Earth Wild Craft is owned and operated by Amanda Bird, a Mikisew Cree Herbalist whose medicine work is based on the ancestral and unceded traditional territory of the Hul’qumi’num and SENĆOŦEN speaking peoples of Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada. Amanda is committed to building reciprocal and respectful relationships with the land and peoples who have sustained the place that she is honoured to live and work upon. With an offering of holistic plant medicines, wildcrafted and cultivated locally using high quality ethical and organic ingredients, Amanda is in service to community through consultation, Indigenous education, and medicine workshops. Native Earth Wild Craft is a call for health sovereignty rooted in the empowerment of the people to heal through accessible, holistic, and decolonial medicine practices.

Learn More…

Herbal Medicine Hand Crafted in Small Batches
from Wildcrafted & Cultivated Ingredients

Amanda’s Wildcrafting Journal

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