Break away from your warm, winter hibernation and join us for a walk in the woods. We will be focusing our attention on plant forms, winter identification, seasonal harvests and topical plant medicine. Winter is a time where species protect their inner fire, we will learn how we can strengthen our skin and heal from the outside inward. In this class we will be working with buds, barks, conifer leaves and lichens.
During Family Plant Medicine Part II we will make Oils, Salves and Powders.
This class is intended to deepen your connection to the plant world at a time when we think of plants being at rest. It will help you sharpen your senses through observation and connection with natural cycles of plants.
10:00 to 2:00 – Saturday February 18th at the Lord Hill Regional Park in Monroe, WA– Open to ages 10 and up (8+ with an adult)– Tuition $45-65 per student with family discount.
To register or for more information, email Hawkeye at “firstname.lastname@example.org”