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The only required thing is your email address. If you put in your birthday day/month, and your mailing address, you’ll get one of my artwork note cards.

Each month in my newsletter, I’ll announce a giveaway print. If you want to enter that giveaway, just hit ‘reply’ to the newsletter and let me know. Around mid-month I’ll do a random number drawing and announce the winner in the next issue. I’ll email the winner right away to get mailing address, though 🙂

Whenever COVID fades away, I’ll start doing some pigment foraging and paint-making workshops, so check off those boxes if you want to get notices about that.

Thanks for getting on board and becoming a Wild Ozarkian!

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Gary Alexander
Gary Alexander
5 October 2020 6:39 pm

I really fascinated with this concept of painting. I have been a watercolor artist for about 17 years

Justin Brown
Justin Brown
2 December 2018 4:56 pm

Hey my names Justin I live in southern middle Tn in Lawrence county and I am looking to sale 7 to 10 wild grown ginseng about 10 to 15 years old and from research I’ve done and pictures I’ve seen it’s some of the nicest biggest kind of ginseng there… Read more »

2 February 2017 4:06 pm

Still checking out your website but am enjoying all the information you have. I have always loved plants and getting my hands dirty in the soil. Lately I’ve become interested more in native plants and herbs. Moved from MI to NC several years ago and have just recently started to… Read more »

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