Dandelion Hunter in the News

This morning you may have seen me on TV talking about the useful wild plants lunaria, yucca, California poppy, lemon balm, and sow thistle on the popular TV show “GardenTime,” which airs in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, as well as on the web. You can watch the 4-minute segment above or on YouTube here.

I also recently appeared on Seattle’s KEXP “Mind Over Matters” radio show with host Diane Horn for a half hour interview, which you can listen to by clicking here and choosing May 18, and then “Mind Over Matters,” and then 7 am.

On Monday, I’ll be on the radio again on “London in the Afternoon” on Newstalk 1290 CJBK in London, Ontario, Canada, airing around 4:40 pm Eastern time.

And, I’m in print, too.


The national feminist magazine BUST has a review of my book Dandelion Hunter in their current issue, saying, “…By the end of the book, Lerner’s plant know-how is so advanced that she’s dosing her dog and her friends with herbal remedies and teaching budding foragers how to read a plant’s energy. Her earnestness combined with her musings about nature’s bounty occasionally beg to be turned into a Portlandia skit, but you have to appreciate her open-mindedness and her willingness to experiment.”


And there’s more news to come! Thanks for reading.

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