ALFC offers Art of Herbalism Series

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The Ashtabula Local Food Council is offering classes on food preparation and preservation, including a series on how to make your own home remedies. They offered a canning class at the Conneaut Human Resources Center earlier this year, which was attended by 15 people!

Next week starts a series by Leah Wolfe, the current community garden manager at the CHRC called the Art of Herbalism. Learn more and sign up at the website below!

http://www.ashtabulafood.org/classes/2017-class-schedule/

Introduction to Soaping

Sunday, April 9th | 1-4pm | Pairings (50 Park St., Geneva) | Register

Art of Herbalism : Healing Teas, Tinctures, and Tonics

Tuesday, April 11th | 6-8pm | Pairings (50 Park St., Geneva) | Register

Beyond the Basics : Fresh & Fried Pasta

Sunday, May 7th | 1-5pm | Pairings (50 Park St., Geneva) | Register

Art of Herbalism : Herbal Baths, Steams and Fomentations

Tuesday, May 9th | 6-8pm | Pairings (50 Park St., Geneva) | Register

Introduction to Seasonal Cooking I

Saturday, May 13th | 1-5pm | St. Peter’s (Ashtabula) | Register

Art of Herbalism : Healing Broths for Longevity

Tuesday, June 13th | 6-8pm | Pairings (50 Park St., Geneva) | Register

Art of Herbalism : Healing Salves & Oils

Tuesday, July 11 | 6-8pm | Pairings (50 Park St., Geneva) | Register

Introduction to Seasonal Cooking II

Saturday, August 19th | 1-5pm | St. Peter’s (Ashtabula) | Register

Beyond the Basics : Advanced Preservation

Sunday, August 20 | 9a – 5p | Pairings (50 Park St., Geneva) | Register

Introduction to Seasonal Cooking III

Saturday, October 28th | 1-5pm | St. Peter’s (Ashtabula) | Register

Beyond the Basics : Boules & Baguettes

Sunday, November 19 | 1 – 6p | Pairings (50 Park St., Geneva) | Register

Introduction to Seasonal Cooking IV

Saturday, December 16th | 1-5pm | St. Peter’s (Ashtabula) | Register

The Ashtabula Local Food Council focuses on three distinct areas of local food work: Community, Growers, and Policy.  Every food system has a series of vital parts, but we consider it our highest priority to focus on the growers that produce our food and the communities they serve.  Ashtabula County has a proud heritage of food, and we hope to celebrate and expand that great tradition.

One thought on “ALFC offers Art of Herbalism Series”

  1. Let me know when and where to be for class.. been busy with sick horse…so don’t forget me,,,, checking my mail this evening…over 600 messages…yikes..I will try and call you…😊💕

    Sent from my iPad

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