Virtual Plant Medicine 101

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Virtual Plant Medicine 101

  • date: October 2, 2021
  • time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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  • Wild plants have a major role to play in building community, climate solutions, healing, and sustainability. Join Dr. Sarah Sue Myers, N.D, who will guide us virtually on plant medicine walks from nearby gardens, forests, and trails. Come explore the intersection of cultivated and wild spaces here in the Pacific Northwest.

    Each month will be focused on a different topic depending on what plants Mother Nature and the changing seasons bring us. Learn about: plant identification, medicinal uses, nutrient profiles, how to sustainably harvest and process herbs, herbal safety, ecosystem connections, insight into health conditions that the plants support, as well as folklore, storytelling, and self-care invitations.

    While campus is closed, we hope you’ll connect with us virtually to learn about the medicinal plants in Washington State! (We are waiting patiently to be able to gather in person again soon.)

    This class is a live experience hosted on Zoom.

    Read more about Sarah Sue and her practice, Journey Home Healing: journeyhomehealing.com

    About 21 Acres

    21 Acres is a living laboratory in Woodinville, Washington that inspires action to solve climate challenges by learning as a community to grow, eat, and live sustainably. We learn as a community about the value of agroecology, soil health, local food systems, and green energy as solutions to climate change. Read more about 21 Acres: 21acres.org

     

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