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Wild Medicine and Foraging

Spend quality time with the wild landscapes that exist all around you. Learn environmental stewardship through an herbalist's lens, and discover the nuances of bioregional herbalism. 

Upcoming Courses

Class Meets for Four Dates - sign up for ALL courses $155, sign up for ONE course $50
 

Class cost includes all materials for wildcrafting plus *

- A pamphlet of all material covered during each session

- $30 worth of product made in each class

Dates and Locations: 

Single sign ups available for upcoming dates!

Sunday, May 19th, Fremont Trail, Peterborough, NH 12 to 3pm 

Sunday, June 2nd, Heald Tract, Wilton, NH 12 to 3pm

Sunday, August 11th, Heald Tract, Wilton, NH 12 to 3pm

To register, click the link below and send me an email with the dates you'd  like to sign up for. 

About: 

Join Herbalist Grace Krupkowski during this 4 part medicinal plant foraging course in southern New Hampshire. We will spend time identifying wild plants of the bioregion while discussing the medicinal attributes, how to ethically forage, and create wildcrafted remedies.

Learning to identify wild medicinal plants amongst your local unkept ecosystems is vital in understanding the core practices of herbalism. During these wild medicine, foraging, and wildcrafting sessions you will learn how to channel your inner herbal naturalist. You will differentiate the key characteristics of medicinal plants from the surrounding environment, learn extensive guidelines for foraging, and learn wildcrafting skills.

Expect to spend time directly in nature, with the plants, learning the nuances of bioregional herbalism. Each course expands upon the knowledge gained from the previous. Grounded in resilience, understanding reciprocal relationship, allyship with the land, wild botany, ancestral and natural history.

EXPECT TO:

• Gain an extensive knowledge of foraging local wild herbs and edible plants

• Learn how to mindfully wildcraft with these plants in a way that supports your body and the environment

• Build a wild bioregional-based apothecary and apply materia medica skill building

• Connect in person with like-minded folks

EVENT HISTORY:

This is the second year this event has been hosted following a successful run in its first year. Last year classes met in Plaistow and Bedford, New Hampshire. The course has had a powerful run with many students eager to learn more about the wild spaces often invisible to us. I look forward to hosting this course yearly, as each participant new and old (repeat students) gather important knowledge that consistently becomes solidified over time. Rooted in connecting with nature, building personal and communal agency, this course is and will always be designed with integrating holistic health, reverance for the plants and ecosystem, and self-sufficiency in mind.

Policies and General Info:

You will receive reminder emails before each class meets with details on what to bring, directions to our location, and other information pertinent to the start of class. Classes meet rain or shine except in the case of a dangerous storm.

PLEASE READ ** There are no refunds for this course.

Liability Waiver: Each participant MUST sign a liability waiver. I email these in advance to be completed by the beginning of class.

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