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
Live online herbal medicine classes on a variety of topics!
Nurturing at-risk plants is far easier than you think, whether you have acres of forest or a container garden on a fire escape. Start a botanical sanctuary in a pot in your yard! Guerrilla garden ginseng plants! Creating a project like this on a scale that makes sense in your life is attainable, reasonable, and … Continue reading Create Your Own Botanical Sanctuary: Learning from the Land
High summer is all about the herbs of the field. Be on the look out for Bee Balm, Goldenrod, & the wild Mints. Keep your eyes on the hedgerows for late Elder flowers, and be ready for ripe Elderberries soon. New England Aster will be ready before we know it, too, although it has a … Continue reading Summer Meadows: August Wildcrafting Journal
Medicinal Gardener Course Come get your hands dirty in this season-long garden adventure. This course digs deep into principles and techniques of organic gardening. Hone your skills to coax medicinal plants into being, while protecting veggies from insects and increasing yields. More Info
Free Medicinal Plant Walk Celebrate Earth Day with a calm amble to meet the medicinal weeds of spring in Brattleboro. We will discuss how to find them, medicinal uses, and safety concerns. Children are welcome. Sunday, April 22, 4-4:30 PM, Brattleboro location TBA Although this event is free, RSVP is required. Medicinal Herbs in the … Continue reading April Workshops Scheduled