Wise Tradition Urban Herb Walk

When:
August 27, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
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Where:
Shakti in the Mountains
409 E Unaka Ave
Johnson City
Tennessee 37601
Cost:
Varies: See Below
Contact:
Abby Artemisia

You'll be amazed at at the abundance of free and vibrant herbs that surround us everyday, even in an urban environment! Let's take a walk and discover them together. Learn tips and tricks for plant identification, helpful tools, safe and ethical harvesting techniques, processing and storage methods, and what kinds of formulas you can make with your wild bounty.Join us for a series of classes presented by Abby Artemisia, founder of the WANDER school.

You’ll be amazed at the abundance of free and vibrant herbs that surround us everyday, even in an urban environment! Let’s take a walk and discover them together. Learn tips and tricks for plant identification, helpful tools, safe and ethical harvesting techniques, processing and storage methods, and what kinds of formulas you can make with your wild bounty. Bring notebooks, cameras, and field guides (optional). Dress for the weather.

Class Pricing:
Pay for all 3 classes individually, or as a package.
$40 for Wise Tradition Urban Herb Walk, if paid by July 31st.
$45 if paid after August 1st, and before August 25th.
$50 if paid at the door.

Upcoming classes:
9/24/17 – DIY Herbal Tinctures
10/29/17 – Wellness through the Cold & Flu season

If you’d like to pay for the package of all 3 classes, the pricing is:
$100 for all 3 classes, if paid by July 31st.
$120 for all 3 classes, if paid after August 1st, and before August 25th
[Wise Tradition Urban Herb Walk DIY Herbal TincturesWellness through the Cold & Flu season]

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More about Abby:
Abby Artemisia, founder of the WANDER schoolFounder of the WANDER (Wild Artemisia Nature Discovery, Empowerment, and Reconnection) School, Botanist, Herbalist, & Professional Forager, Abby Artemisia, lives on the edge of Pisgah National Forest in the Black Mountains of North Carolina.

She learned about plants playing in the woods, working on organic farms, an herbal apprenticeship, a bachelor’s degree in Botany, and running her own tea business. She teaches about plant identification, native plants, and working with plants for food and medicine in her Wild Apprenticeship Program and throughout the country.

Her mission is to inspire nature re-connection with nature to empower a healthier world with many stewards. Learn more at TheWanderSchool.com.