Class rescheduled to June 13th due to weather!!!
Join herbalist Cynthia Thomas in the field to learn about the simple use of plants as medicine and food. Learn about the healing properties of plants growing in the Garden and your own backyard. Find out which plants are traditionally eaten in the spring for their health benefits. Discover how to identify and use several favorite medicinal plants species.
The Wildflower Garden is a sanctuary for native plants. Harvesting plant material from the Garden is prohibited.
Meet at the Martha Crone Visitors Shelter.
through the minneapolis parks and recreation board
Registration and pre-payment are required. Register in the following ways:
or by phone at[masked], which may be easier than the web. Your space will not be held until we have received payment for fee based classes.
You can mail payment to the following address:
Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden
3800 Bryant Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55409
Cynthia Thomas is a practicing herbalist, massage therapist, doula,
and educator. She has studied medicinal herbs in the Western
European and Native American traditions for 20 years and has a
Bachelors of Science in Herbal Sciences from Bastyr University in
Seattle, WA. She owns Sacred Journey Healing Arts, located in the
Corcoran neighborhood of Minneapolis.