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Kitchen Herbalism Ideas for COVID-19

Useful kitchen herbalism in this unpredictable time. Remember that herbs and wild foods have nurtured your ancestors through many a plague throughout the history of human animals, and that legacy of fortitude and survivorship lives on in you. Lean in to reconnecting with the lessons of your family legacy.

Apprentice Flexibility

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the application deadline for the Traditional Program has been extended to May 1, and May 15 for the High Summer Program.  There is the possibility of a weekday class if there is enough interest: please let me know what works for you! Info Here

No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds

During the COVID-19 crisis, sliding scale "Quick Question" Mini Appointments are available daily.  No one will be turned away for lack of funds. I'm here if you would like to talk about herbs, foods, stress, and wellness.  Let me know what you need. Info Here Schedule Here  

Herbal Resources for COVID-19

It has been very hectic around here lately, with both littles home from school while I try to work from home and still go to grad school online.  I've been chipping away at a rather lengthy scribble on family-friendly herbal medicines and foods for COVID-19, but some really wonderful resources have been released by colleagues … Continue reading Herbal Resources for COVID-19

Winter Clinical Apprentice Schedule

Update: the Herbal Clinical Apprentice Program will be happening Wednesdays from 10 AM to 3 PM, January through March, with breaks for holidays and a snow/illness make up day.  Registration ends in a month, so please reach out with questions soon.  Info here!

Herbal Oxymels From the Flower Garden

Oxymels combine the sweetness of honey, the tanginess of apple cider vinegar, and your favorite medicinal flowers for a summer remedy unlike any other! They are certainly one of the lesser-known forms of herbal remedies—unlikely to be found on the shelf of your local food co-op—which makes them a perfect do-it-yourself project for your kitchen … Continue reading Herbal Oxymels From the Flower Garden

Plant a Bug Spray Garden

Plant herbal allies to defend your family from bites and your garden from pests! Grow, harvest, and craft your own herbal bug spray, while using herbs as companion plants to protect your garden from pests. Insect bites are a warm weather plague, from black flies in spring through fall tick season. As climate change decimates … Continue reading Plant a Bug Spray Garden

Weaving Together the Patterns of Herbs: Using Materia Medica to its Fullest Potential

Home herbalism is who we are and how our families work, healing practiced around the kitchen table around the world and across the centuries. Thank the Good Green Earth that home herbalism happens as a reflex, intuition built on a foundation of herbal fluency that allows us to live as herbalists in every moment. Let … Continue reading Weaving Together the Patterns of Herbs: Using Materia Medica to its Fullest Potential