Date: May 7, 2016
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Cost: $15.00 general / $10.00 CSA membership (at any local farms)
As the Earth wakes up in the spring, she provides us with an abundance of wild edible and medicinal herbs. This is a great time to incorporate spring tonics into our diets for promoting cleansing and detoxification after a long winter. Join Hannah Jacobson-Hardy, holistic health coach and community herbalist of Sweet Birch Herbals based in Montague, MA to learn simple ways of integrating herbs into your kitchen. During this workshop we will cover five essential roots, shoots, flowers, and greens to have on hand for ensuring an easeful transition from winter to spring. There will be plant identification, taste tests, handouts, and recipes.
Hannah Jacobson-Hardy is a community herbalist & owner of Sweet Birch Herbals in Montague, MA. Hannah offers herbal consultations, custom made tinctures and teas, workshops, and a wide variety of products for sale, including Full Moon Ghee at the Winter Farmer’s Market in Northampton.
Seats are limited – Sign up today to reserve your space.
Round the Bend Farm (RTB), a Center for Restorative Community, located in Dartmouth, Massachusetts is a working farm and educational non-profit. We are a living laboratory that cultivates, educates, and empowers people of all ages. We are devoted to the global paradigm shift toward hope and abundance by valuing diversity, modeling nature, and redefining wealth.
92 Allens Neck Road, South Dartmouth, MA 02748