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.

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