March Schedule

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Chickweed is an early spring plant that helps the body cleanse from a heavy winter diet.

We have several opportunities to learn about late winter and early spring plant medicines in March. The Community Herbal Intensive begins February 23 and meets monthly. We’ll be doing a demonstration of tapping maple trees and making maple syrup at home. We’ll take a walk to find early spring tree medicines and then sit down to learn about a mystery medicine in an experiential study group. Continue reading for details…

 

Community Herbal Intensive
*** changed to February 23*** – 10 AM-6 PM

Monthly series that includes basic identification of wild edible and medicinal plants, herbal medicine making, basic anatomy and physiology, frameworks for developing community projects. Cost per workshop is $75, but early birds get a special price. Full description is on our Programs page.

March

Making Maple Syrup
March 1 – 4-6 PM

Do you have sugar maples on your land? Join us for a free demonstration of collecting maple sap and cooking it down for maple syrup. We’ll show you how to make your own spiels and you’ll see our handmade rocket stove. Dress warm! FREE

Monthly Plant Walk
March 22 – 1 PM-2:30 PM

Join us for the first plant walk of the year, which is actually a tree walk. We will be identifying trees that have medicinal and edible properties.  Plant walks are $10 – all funds go to the Seed Fund for the Trillium Center. Send an email to trilliumctr@gmail.com to sign up.

Serpentine Project Plant Study Group
March 22- 3 PM -5 PM

The Serpentine Project is a monthly experiential study project that allows participants to learn about plants directly from the plants. Read more about the study groups at: http://serpentine-project.org/. The cost is $10 and includes a 2-hour workshop and a sample of the plant medicine to take home. Space is limited, so please send us an email to reserve a seat at trilliumctr@gmail.com.

Community Herbal Intensive
March 29 – 10 AM-6 PM

Monthly series that includes basic identification of wild edible and medicinal plants, herbal medicine making, basic anatomy and physiology, frameworks for developing community projects. Cost per workshop is $75, but early birds get a special price. Full description is on our Programs page.

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