Workshop: Herbal Vinegars

Using our Wild Edibles & Medicinals for Nutrition and Healing

 

Join me on Sunday October 1st for a study of the tasty, nutritious & healing wild plants available for harvest in the early fall.

It encompasses a detailed plant walk, in which we’ll learn some key identifying features of useful edible and medicinal plants, in both young vegetative stages as well as seed stages.  We’ll also look at the patterns found in some of the plant families we often meet in this area.

Stinging Nettle--Urtica dioica. A favourite wild super food.

Stinging Nettle–Urtica dioica. A favourite wild super food.

Participants will have the chance to harvest some herbs for their own herbal vinegar, which we will then prepare together for everyone to take home.

Burdock---Arctium lappa. A good source of iron and other minerals, as well as being a gentle cleansing and toning agent for the liver.

Burdock—Arctium lappa. A good source of iron and other minerals, as well as being a gentle cleansing and toning agent for the liver.

This 3-hour workshop is the last in a series of 5 workshops I’m offering from June-October of 2017.

Workshop Info:

Herbal Vinegars 

When: Sun Oct 1st 1-4 pm

Where:  Hillier Hall 18560 Loyalist Parkway (Hwy 33, northwest of Wellington)

Cost:  $50

Sign up for the workshop HERE

Learn more about this workshop series by clicking HERE

To inquire further, feel free to CONTACT ME

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