The full moon that passed yesterday was known in the Dakotah Sioux tradition as the “quilling and beading moon.” Cooler weather means more inside time for handiwork and less outdoor gathering work as plants become dormant.

West Marin remains a little nutty after last column’s hazelnut story. This week, nuts from the California bay—also called . . .

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