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Medicinal Plants in the Kitchen, June 29, 2017
How to spice for health with culinary herbs!
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Hippocrates
Thursday June 29, 2017 • 6-8pm $25
Livingston location provided upon registration.
Instructor: Kristine Backes offers consultations, workshops and mentoring rooted in nature-based healing traditions. She loves to show people how to listen to their own wisdom by moving in closer harmony with nature. Kristine is a registered yoga teacher, holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership, and has studied Ayurveda and other traditional healing methods for over a decade.
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Plant Walk with Bev Axelsen to be Rescheduled.
We will identify 10 to 20 wild medicinal plants growing in the proximity of the Deep Creek trailhead … some hiking required. The purpose of the class will be identification of plants; followed by observation and study of their cycles of growth, medicinal qualities, flowering, seed production and moving into dormancy. NOTE: Walks are usually held once a month during the summer and fall. The walk on June 10 was cancelled due to weather. Sign up for our email newsletter or contact us using our contact form to make sure you are notified when future walks are scheduled. Time and price for each walk: Saturday, 9am-12n, $25.
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Note: The 2016 Plant Walks workshop series has ended. Please contact us for information on our 2017 series.
(To allow more students to participate, the same information will be presented during each Saturday morning walk as in that week’s Thursday evening walk. If you are interested in multiple walks, please feel free to mix and match.)
When: Thursday evenings, 6-8p except in October: June 23, 2016, July 28, September 1 (rescheduled from August 25), September 22, October 13 (4-6p)
Saturday mornings, 9a-12n: June 25, 2016, July 30, September 3 (rescheduled from August 27), October 1 (rescheduled from September 24), October 15
Price: $20 per walk
Location: Deep Creek Trailhead (contact us for directions)
We will identify 10 to 20 wild medicinal plants growing in the proximity of the trailhead … some hiking required. The purpose of the class will be identification of plants; followed by observation and study of their cycles of growth, medicinal qualities, flowering, seed production and moving into dormancy.
Click here for registration or for additional information.