As the growing season begins to come to a close, we all often have more herbs than we know what to do with. Amber will walk us through the many
As the growing season begins to come to a close, we all often have more herbs than we know what to do with. Amber will walk us through the many ways that herbs can be used, including for healing practices, preserving, teas and kitchen use, etc. Even if you don’t have your own herbal garden, this workshop will both inspire you to start your own, and to find new ways to make use of the beautiful herbs you may encounter at your local markets. All workshops are $10 each, or Pay-What-You-Can (even if that’s $0!). Everyone is welcome to attend! Click here to register For accessibility information, please contact us at email@example.com so we can provide further details on the terrain. Meet your Facilitator My name is Amber (she/her). I am a registered herbalist, plant-lover, medicine maker, seasoned gardener, and wildcrafter. I’m also a passionate educator, eager to invite people into relationship with plants. The intersections of herbalism, sustainability, environmental ethics and social justice are deeply rooted in my work. I strive to provide accessible herbal care and purposeful education, that is in service to the plants, people and environment. I began my herbal studies in 2008, and since then, have built my practice to offer herbal consultations, plant walks, workshops and youth programming. I look forward to connecting with you!