NEXT SERIES FALL 2018
THE PRACTICAL HOME HERBALIST: A 4-PART INTENSIVE
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN HOME HERBAL REMEDY MAKING!
Dates: Sept 22 & 29, Oct 13 & 20
Time: from 9-12 noon on each date at Little City Farm
Facilitator: Karin Kliewer, community herbalist
Regular fee $75/class
this includes all materials/ingredients/supplies, 12 hours of instruction, herbal book, botanical journal, recipes & hand-outs, medicinal plants, and collection of your own handmade remedies to take home
THIS IS AN INTRODUCTORY LEVEL HERBAL SERIES.
THIS CLASS IS FOR ADULT LEARNERS (if you are looking for a herbal class for your child or teen, please refer to our other herbal workshops here)
Description: For those interested in cultivating a relationship with healing medicinal plants for home remedy making! We invite you to join us for an exciting 4-part series focusing on practical herbalism for the home! This unique series features on-site hands-on learning at Little City Farm (508 Duke St W, Kitchener). As well, this series includes some "home" assignments, and additional support between sessions. We are facilitating this herbal series in a supportive small-group learning environment, so space is limited to 10 participants. Register soon to save your place.
MORE ABOUT THE PRACTICAL HOME HERBALIST:
At the end of this herbal intensive you will have gained:
This workshop series also includes for you:
Limited space to 10 participants.
For questions or to be added to our waiting list please contact Karin at: firstname.lastname@example.org / or 519-575-9174
If these dates don't work for you, and you'd like to be added to the wait list for our next session please contact Karin at: info (at) littlecityfarm.ca
* Please note that this course is intended for your personal interest and learning, and should not be considered as medical advice or an alternative to medical treatment. Always consult your medical health practitioner when seeking medical advice. When foraging for wild medicinal plants always ensure that you are properly identifying the plants. Information on wild foraging offered in this course is based on traditional uses of these medicinal plants.