Alaska Plant Medicine July 14

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Alaska Plant Medicine July 14

from 50.00

Time: 9;30am-5:30 pm

This workshop is an excellent foundation for hands-on wild crafted herbalism and our spiritual relationship with Nature. 

You will learn the importance of intention setting and ethical gathering practices. We'll also introduce plant communication is a learnable skill that brings the entire landscape alive and will change your relationship with nature forever.

Students will build knowledge of the exceptional nutritional and therapeutic value of wild edibles and medicines at your doorstep.  Learn to identify 12 local edible and medicinal plants, understand their therapeutic properties, and create tinctures, oils, and salves as herbal remedies to meet their individual and personal needs. Handouts of plant properties, recipes and nutritional information will be provided.

People love this workshop, so come prepared to have a really good time!

Please bring a notebook; an assortment of large and small glass jars with lids;  a minimum of a pint each of olive oil and brandy or vinegar if you are alcohol free (more if you think you will be prolific in gathering); rain and sun gear, lunch.

Directions: AnamCara is located on Diamond Ridge in Homer at 66665 Fry Ct. Take Sterling Highway to mile 167. Turn up Diamond Ridge Road for 1.3 miles. Take the first right after the cemetery on Fry Ct. Park in the upper and walk down the driveway by the AnamCara sign to the red house.  

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