Summer Wild Medicine

  • Details

  • 7/17/22
  • 4 p.m. to 5:30p.m. -
  • Free
  • All Ages
  • Categories

  • Outdoor

Event Description

About the Event

Among choruses of insects and birds, plants remind us to listen for quiet messages too. We will find full flowers to sample and rich green leaves, some perhaps past due for harvest. Learn about elder, bee balm,  jewelweed, wild roses, selfheal, daylily, mullein, and others that thrive in wild and cultivated places alike. Taste a yummy wild snack.  Create an intentional grid or artful collage with plant samples, and hold space for Nature’s gifts and your inspired thoughts.


THINGS TO BRING

  • -A water bottle
  • -A small bag
  • -Tool of choice for harvesting a handful of herbs

Please wear standard attire for hands-on, outdoor learning.

Tell us if mobility accommodations may be needed, as we will cover a good bit of ground during the class.


REGISTRATION

Sliding scale fee: $25 - $0, based upon your access to resources.


This class is a part of a 4-class series. There is a 20% discount for registering for the series. (See separate Series: Medicinal Wildcrafting registration).


Harvest Preserve and Backyard Abundance members receive a 10% discount.

Please register soon: The class is limited to 20 people.


INVITE FRIENDS AND FAMILY

We need a minimum of 10 attendees to host the class. Please invite friends and family to ensure the event happens as scheduled. We would love to meet your loved ones.


EDUCATOR

Guided by Mandy Dickerson, Iowa City Herbalist and Certified TriYoga Teacher, Owner of Plantchanters Garden LLC


LOCATION

Harvest Preserve 1645 N Scott Blvd, Iowa City, IA 52245, USA


COVID-19

The event is held outside. Masks are optional. We will try to maintain 6' distancing.


SPONSORS AND PARTNERS

This class was developed in collaboration with many community partners using grant funding from the Johnson County Community Foundation and the Roy A. Hunt Foundation. It would not be possible without these sponsors and supporters. Please frequent these generous organizations to thank them for donations of time, materials, and funds.

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