This workshop will guide you through the many wild plants which are in season for foraging and using as nourishing medicines, foods and for other purposes. We will gather at my home at 10.00, work on plant families, herbal crafting, gardening techniques and the healing wise woman system. Also of course a lengthy and detailed herb walk and making herbal goodies to take home.
Materials, Light lunch, infusions and teas included
Exclusive to apprentices. These are the lovely folks who are on my course. They study at home (through my online course, walks, correspondence with me and each other and practical experiments) Anyone can join the course but you do need to be committed to learning the material. It is not difficult but it needs a steady approach as it cannot be learned overnight or all from books/notes. To be an apprentice you need to want to delve into the natural world and monitor what is growing around us throughout the year. The course can be completed in a year, it can take longer, depending on what you want from it. The course may be started at any time. Apprentices attend my walks for free. They pay monthly for the course and whenever they want to join a workshop. Further details www.urbanherbology.org
Booking for the workshop essential to allow for materials and food to be prepped by me. Payment via PayPAl or Bank transfer. I am kvk and BTW registered so business receipts are issued.
Plant identification, herbal crafting, urban herbal gardening, ethical foraging skills, nature celebration and much more! Exact meeting point t.b.c. It will be in the 15th arrondissement, Parc la petite ceinture (disused railway).
Open only to course members. Details of my apprenticeship course here from www.urban-herbology.org/apprenticeships.
Event in English with native French as needed. Materials and comprehensive notes provided.
Join us for an enlightening herbology walk along a lovely section of the disused railroad Parc La Petite Ceinture, 14th district, to discover which edible, medicinal and otherwise useful plants grow in Paris. I'll share how to find them, use them ethically and safely as well as interesting folklore to help you remember the plants.
Walk in English with native French as needed.
Other adults €20
Accompanied children free and welcome.