16th annual Domino Toppling Extravaganza returns to Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) on Sunday, October 8, at 5:30 p.m.
Connect with the plants and each other to learn about herbalism at Old Ways Herbal School of Plant Medicine in Newfane!
The medicine we make as a class is guided by the seasons, and the herbs we choose change as the season unfolds, allowing students an in-depth understanding of the medicinal uses of a number of local plants. Plant walks, group harvesting, & hands-on practice form a core of this course. By the end of the season, students have created a personal, handmade apothecary, and learned from the creations of their peers.
One Saturday a month from June-September, plus a recommended (but optional) monthly Sunday.
Principles of Home Herbalism, Make Tea Like an Herbalist, Ethical Wild-Crafting, and Early Summer Plant Walk, June 3
June Garden Day, June 4
Science of Solubility: Making Reliably Great Tinctures, and High Summer Plant Walk, July 15
July Garden Day, July 16
Art of Formulation: Infused Honeys, Syrups & Oxymels, and Late Summer Plant Walk, August 12
August Garden Day, August 13
Putting it All Together: Medicinal Oils & Salves, Food as Medicine, and Fall Plant Walk, September 9
September Garden Day, September 10
Advanced registration required.