November Plant ID Walk

November Plant ID Walk

November Plant ID Walk

Saturday, November 4 at 10 AM – 1 PM

Buffalo Mountain Park
570 Highridge Rd, Johnson City, TN 37601

How do we identify plants in late autumn?

Join botanist Abby Artemisia on Buffalo Mountain to learn about plants growing all around us. We will hone in on plant ID skills for late autumn, discuss historical and medicinal uses, and learn the edibles.

If you have an interest in herbalism, wilderness survival, or wild foods, this is the class for you!

Abby is an herbalist and botanist and is an instructor for HERBalachia school.

Class will be held at Buffalo Mountain Park, 570 Highridge Rd, Johnson City, TN 37601.

Tickets are $15, class is limited to 15.
Please click “Ticket” to register or call Appalachian Acupuncture: (423) 928-9394.

Plant Identity Walk & Preparing Medicinal Oils and Salves

Plant Identity Walk & Preparing Medicinal Oils and Salves

Plant Identity Walk & Preparing Medicinal Oils and Salves

Saturday, August 19, 2017 at 11 AM – 4 PM

The Nolichucky Gorge Campground
101 Jones Branch Rd, Erwin, Tennessee 37650

Join Abby Artemisia, HERBalachia faculty member, in a two-part class along the beautiful Nolichucky River

PLANT ID WALK:
This hands-on class starts out with a gentle stroll introducing you to native plants in our Appalachian region. We will discuss the medicinal value of the plants along with the parts used in medicine making, ethical harvesting, and identification tips. Please bring a journal for notes, comfortable walking shoes, water, and rain gear.

CREATE MAKE-AND-TAKE SALVE:
Start your own herbal medicine cabinet with this hands-on aspect of our workshop. Abby will teach you about the ingredients and methods for making herbal oils and salves and their various uses. There’s a lot more than you might think, from culinary or therapeutic, to cosmetic. These could make a great homemade gift, too. You will go home with a salve you helped create and empowered with the knowledge to make your own salves with an understanding of local plants and their medicinal uses along with a detailed handout with instructions and recipes. Please bring a container to place your salve in.
* Learn local plants and their medicinal uses
* Learn to make herbal salves and oils for healing scrapes, bites, and burns
* Learn which work best for tension, pain, dryness, and swelling

Cost is $40, and class is full at 15 participants.
Rerserve your spot by registering below.

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