New Sustainable Herbal Intensive
Remembering Our Roots...
Join TIOSN in our NEW Sustainable Herbal Program! Now Accepting Applications For Spring of 2024
This hands-on program is designed to build your confidence and understanding of how to grow, harvest, and use our local herbs as food and medicine. We will focus on the many well-loved garden herbs we can grow and those we sustainably forage in our region.
The classes will take place out of doors and in our pavilion.
In these classes you will:
Learn, share, taste, smell, grow, explore, make food and herbal products, and build community.
Some of What We Will Cover:
Historical Overview of Herbalism Sustainable Foraging Energetics of Herbs Extracting Plant Medicine Adaptogens We Grow in Our Region Preserving the Herbal Harvest Herbal Beverages Herbs for Cardiovascular Health Herbal Magic Herbs for Winter Care Planning or Expanding Your Herbal Garden
Herbs for Digestion
Herbs for Cognitive/Mental Health
Double Extractions of Mushrooms
Herbs for Colds and Flu
Herbal Plants for Containers
And So Much More...
We Are Accepting Applications For Spring of 2024!
Classes will meet one Saturday a month from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and will take place in the gardens and in our outdoor pavilion at
Lucky Dog Farm.
There will be additional time spent on projects at home each month
Instruction by both Joan Palmer and Alison Birks with possible guest appearances
All materials to make the in-class projects
Plants from the garden when available
Email us at email@example.com or call 860-764-9070
Additional expenses that you may incur:
Books - we will introduce many beautiful books. You will want to purchase a few... budget!
Herbs to build your apothecary
Plants for your garden. The best way to do this is to trade plants with other gardeners.
Tools for the kitchen and garden
All of these -- books, tools, plants, and knowledge --
will be gathered and traded over your lifetime.
Take a deep breath and enjoy this delightful, amazing, life altering journey
with a community of like-minded souls.
...it's about nourishment from the ground up.