Wild Medicinal Plant Walk
Friday, May 18th
Time: Noon – 2 pm
Greetings fellow AHG members,
I’m delighted for the opportunity to share some time with you out in the field! Before harvesting or making herbal remedies, the first step is meeting the plants in their happy environment. In our wild medicinal plant walk, we begin to solve the mystery of Nature’s “green blur.” From the tallest tree to the deepest root, medicinal plants are all around us. We’ll explore flowering plants, deciduous trees, conifers, and ferns in varying ecosystems. Open your eyes to the medicine and food in Nature! As always, I’ll share specific constituents in the plants and best ways to preserve them, which will give you the “why and how” plants do what they do in YOUR body!
This workshop is free for AHG members only and by registration only. It’s important that our footprint on these beloved places is small, therefore registration is limited to 13 people. One registration per person please; do not “save” a registration for others, so that everyone will have a fair chance. Those who register, please do not bring extra guests, and leave dogs at home. If you don’t see the registration form, that means the workshop is full. To be put on the waitlist, send a request to Suzanne@cedarmountainherbs.com
We will meet in a Seattle park, location of which will be announced in the registration confirmation email.
What to bring:
Water/snack if desired
Dress for the weather, bring a layer
Be prepared to have a blast and learn more than you thought possible in 2 hours!