appalachian Herbs:

Yesterday & today

John C. Campbell Folk School,

Brasstown, NC

Friday, July 9 to Sunday, July 11, 2021


Learn to identify and utilize wild herbs and foods

that have long been a part of Appalachian life.

We'll explore the grounds of the Folk School as you learn botany basics, gather wild plants, and make herbal preparations to sample in class and carry home.


Students must be able to walk one mile at a moderate pace and be comfortable outdoors

in warm weather or light rain.





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HERBS OF EARLY SUMMER

WILDCRAFT & WINE 

Terra Incognita Vineyard, Clarkesville, GA


​Sunday, June 13, 2021,  10:00 am to 1:00 pm


For the June Wildcraft & Wine workshop, I'll be leading a leisurely plant walk to introduce you

to the wild herbs of early summer.

With the beautiful grounds of Terra Incognita Vineyard as our classroom, we’ll explore the many native and naturalized herbs that grow wild

in the Southern Appalachians.

After our plant walk, you'll enjoy a wine tasting

and non-alcoholic refreshments as we savor

a beautiful summer afternoon. 




 SPONSORED BY THE AMERICAN HERBALISTS GUILD


June 28 & 29, 5 to 8 pm MT   $100


Patricia & Mimi Hernandez present a two-day hybrid event

(live/webinar) for practitioners. Drawing from our years 

as clinical herbalists, we'll explore three topics not usually included

in clinical training programs. 


Digital Forms: The Herbal Clinic Binder

with Mimi Hernandez, MS, RH(AHG)

and 

When Things Go Wrong &

Healthy Boundaries for Community Herbalists

with Patricia Kyritsi Howell, RH(AHG)


If you are in the Boulder, CO area, attend the live classes,

or access them via Zoom from anywhere.

Links to recordings available to ​everyone who registers.