A Monthly Herbal Program meeting in Ashfield MA,
Starts Oct 5th 2014, 1 sunday per month, 11am-5pm
(October 5, Nov 2, Dec 7, Jan 4, Feb 1, March 1, April 19, May 3, June 7)
Studying local plant medicine is a powerful way to contribute to your health, the health of your community, and the health of the planet.
This course focuses on practical, hands-on learning and covers
Topics we will cover:
The Art and Ethics of Wildcrafting:
Creative and Tasty Medicine Making
Harvesting, Drying, Storing
Creating your own home apothecary
Planning your Herbal Garden
Herbal First Aid and Kitchen Medicine
12 Month Protocol for Optimum Health
Approaching to Connecting to the Natural World
Working with local plants and learning about their uses is an easy way to
reconnect to the rhythms and cycles of nature which in turn leads to a
deeper more meaningful existence
Homegrown Herbs: A Complete Guide to Growing, Using, and Enjoying More than 100 Herbs by Tammi Hartung
This is a condensed program not as in depth as the Tuesday Apprenticeship but focusses on the more practical aspects of herbalism, less of a plant immersion program. It is recommended for those of you who are wanting to experience herbalism get your feet wet but are not yet ready to commit to a more in depth program, to those who live a little too far to travel weekly and to those who really cannot make Tuesdays work in their schedule. This is in response to the many requests I have had over the years for a weekend program.
Upon completion of this program you will receive a certificate for 60 hours of herbal study.
Program Cost $750 ($250 deposit to register)
Payment Schedule: a. $250 to register, balance of $500 due at first class Oct 5
b.$250 to register, $250 Due at first class (Oct 5).$25o Due in January