Basic Wine Making: Part 1
June 13, 5 PM-7 PM
Steph Thauer will teach the basics of wine making with herbs. She was the keynote speaker at Buffalo’s Annual Beerology event and an instructor at Let’s Do Wine. Join us as we make a wine out of seasonal flowers. $20 covers supplies and samples to take home.
June 14 – 4 -5:30 PM
Ever wonder what that weed is growing in your back yard, or that flower that blooms deep in the woods in the spring? Learn to identify
plants and trees at the monthly plant walk led by herbalist and community health educator, Leah Wolfe, MPH. She will point out wild edible plants, plants that have a history of being used medicinally, along with folklore and some of the latest science on the wild things growing around us. Cost $10. Dress for outdoors.
Serpentine Project Plant Study Group
June 15, 4-6 PM
The Serpentine Project is a monthly study group that allows participants to learn about plants directly by using their senses, such as taste and smell. Cost $10 – includes a sample of the plant medicine to take home. Read more about the study groups at: serpentine-project.org.
Alternative Building Technologies: Composting Toilets, Solar Showers, and an Outdoor Kitchen
June 20-22, 10 AM-5 PM
This is a workshop weekend for those interested in our Alternative Building Technologies Program. Join us as we build composting toilets, solar showers, and an outdoor kitchen with a rocket stove.
Herbal First Aid and Shapeshifter Medicine
June 6-8, Wisconsin
Leah Wolfe will be teaching two workshops and setting up a free wellness center at the Midwest Womens Herbal Conference, info and registration: http://midwestwomensherbal.com/
Community Herbal Intensive 2015
Monthly series that includes basic identification of wild edible and medicinal plants, herbal medicine making, basic anatomy and physiology, frameworks for developing community projects. We are opening registration for this series soon, please send us an email if you’re interested in attending in 2015.