Mission: Connecting people to Nature
Kingston, Arkansas. Where I paint with Ozark pigments … and talk to rocks, creeks, and trees.
Madison Woods for art, Roxann Riedel for real estate (soon!) Two names, same person. Just call me “Mad Rox”.

Contact info: madison@wildozark.com or text/call (479) 409-3429

Wild Ozark YouTube Channel




Yay! Today we passed the 100 subscriber mark on our Wild Ozark YouTube channel. What? You didn’t know we had a channel?

A Slow Build

We’ve had one for a while but it’s been idle for a while, too. I’m going to try and make more videos, and then get them edited and ready to upload more often than every once in a while. At the moment, I can’t promise a schedule of any sort. It’s easy enough to make videos, but time consuming to edit them. In fact, I took video this morning as I was on my morning walk/run and decided to take a detour to check on a ginseng patch in the woods. But I forgot to hold the phone horizontally, so it’s going to be a narrow field upright view on that one.

Eventually I need a better camera which means a newer phone. But I hate to spend the money on a phone when mine is working just fine. Except for the camera, that is. It’s an old 8Plus iPhone and I doubt I’ll ever buy a phone brand new. Used ones newer than the one I have now will work just fine if their camera lenses aren’t all hazed over too. I could use Rob’s Galaxy for making videos for our Wild Ozark YouTube channel, but I don’t like his phone as a phone. And I don’t always know when I’m going to want to make a video, so I like the ability to be spontaneous with my own phone.

The Wild Ozark YouTube Channel

Anyway, here’s our channel. It’s a mix of paint and paint-making related shorts, and some nature and homesteady type stuff too. I want to add more of the things Rob is working on and some longer format videos, too. It’s a work in process, like everything I do.

A screenshot of the Wild Ozark YouTube Channel, linked to youtube.com/@wildozark

First and foremost, apart from being an artist and author, Madison is a nature enthusiast. She enjoys using local resources in every aspect of her life and considers the land she and her husband live on as partners in life. They care for the land and the land cares for them. She’s an herbalist, gardener, and wildcrafter of medicinal plants.



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2 responses to “Wild Ozark YouTube Channel”

  1. sustainabilitea Avatar

    I certainly missed that you had a channel. Great news about the milestone!! I was just admiring your painting this morning and thinking how blessed I was to have it. 🙂 Thanks again.

    1. Madison Woods Avatar

      Oh thank you 🥰 I’m blessed by you having it there!

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