CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

 

WILD SPRING EDIBLES

FREE PLANT WALK

Thursday May, 18th 
4:00pm-5:30pm
The first of many medicinal, edible and garden caring plant walks we are going to offer at Misty Meadows. These walks will be lead by Jenna Kulp.
Donations welcome!

Learn to identify and love wild plants that our bodies crave after the long winter. Experience deeply nourishing, delicious and detoxifying wild spring herbs.

Please register with the button below to let us know if you can make it!

 

EARTH TO BODY WELLNESS SERIES

$85.00 per Class
We welcome you to the garden to learn about its care, keeping, and bounty from the Garden Manager and Medicine Maker.

SPRING: Saturday May 20th, 2017 10:00am-4:00pm


Garden: Come play among the young plants and budding life in the gardens. Join us in our medicinal herb gardens and nurture your connection to the rhythms of the earth! Work according to the ancient traditions of planting seeds by the moon; both indoors and outside. Learn the art of opening your gardens in the spring in a way that changes the way you think about “spring cleaning” as we deepen our connection to the soil by using leaves, garden debris and compost to build the soil for an abundant growing season. 

Harvesting: What can be harvested this time of year? What is appropriate to harvest? Spring is the emergence of life! It is a wonderful time to collect buds and new growth for medicine. Gathering leaves of wild plants like Red Raspberry or Blueberry, it is important to gather before they set their flowers. Enjoy learning to harvest with responsibly and consideration to the plants. 

Lunch: Engage your wild appetite as we taste young bitter greens, that will awaken your pallet, after the long winter. We will explore the uncultivated and cultivated delicacies in the gardens and the woods to make a delicious spring salad and dressing to share. 

Medicine Making: How can you preserve the energy and vitality of the spring? Learn the art of tincture making. This process is tried and true and will give you a medicine that can last for years. With your new found or seasoned harvesting skills you will learn how to connect with the plant of your choice and welcome its spirit and medicine into your preparation. We will discuss the energies of the plants and the healing benefits that they offer. 

Note: Each class students will receive handouts and the products made that day. Although there are lunch activities we encourage all students to bring supplemental food, so they can feel energetic and nourished throughout the day. All classes are weather contingent and subject to cancellation in the event of severe weather, participants will be notified upon assessment.

 

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    • Cancellations made at least 10 days prior to class will be refunded 75% unless otherwise noted on the Registration Page.
    • Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to class are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email are not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

REGISTER BY PHONE: (603) 659-7211

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THE ELUSIVE SALAMANDER

 NATURE WALK

Saturday, May 20    
1:00pm – 3:00pm 
Lead by: Marilyn Gilmour, Naturalist
Cost: 2-4 people $5.00
          5-7 people $10.00


There are a lot of creatures that live in the forests of our homes that play an important role in the maintenance and health of the woods, that we sometimes don’t even see! The salamander is one of these hidden creatures. Today, we’ll look under logs and rocks and in all the places salamanders will hide. We’ll learn all about the habitats they live in and how they survive such a big world. While we’re searching for the elusive salamander, we’ll collect mosses and small woodland plants to make a terrarium you can take home.

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659 -7211

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REIKI II CERTIFICATION

Saturday May, 27th & Sunday May 28th, 2017
Time: 9:00am - 4:30pm both days
Cost: $325
Prerequisite:  Reiki I.  All students should be prepared to share their Reiki stories of working with people, pets, plants, etc.


In this two day intensive, you will be introduced to the first next two Reiki symbols, learn what some of their uses are, practice using them, and be able to distinguish between the feel of their energies as they flow through your empowered hands. You will:

  • Practice a “distance" or “absentee” Reiki session in the present, past, or future time and space, “beaming” Reiki, as well as several Reiki II sessions given and received.
  • Guided meditation to go to your sacred temple and meet/reconnect with your Reiki guides.
  • Strengthen your Reiki channel through the Reiki II attunement.
  • Certificate given at end of class.
  • 1 hour lunch break.  

NOTE:   If you received your Reiki I attunement from a teacher other than Wendy Fogg, please bring your original Reiki I certificate to class with you.  

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659 -7211

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"A WORLD AT YOUR FEET!" 

STORY HOUR & NATURE WALK

Ages: 3 years and up
Fee: $10.00 per child, adults free

Sunday, June 4, 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Lead by: Marilyn Gilmour, Naturalist

Misty Meadows will be conducting a story hour beginning the first Sunday of each month beginning June 4. from 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Each program will concentrate on the Habitats of Misty Meadows. The word “Habitat” is probably the most difficult word for children to understand. In simple terms, it is a place where an animal, plant or insect lives. In Each program children will listen to a story at a new habitat in a woodland setting. After our story we will explore the habitat and make a craft using natural materials only and some glue.   Each session children will have juice and cookies.
                                                                    

"A World at your feet!" By Ruth Wicking - read by Marilyn Gilmour, Naturalist (Please note: The author of the story is not coming to this fun program, Marilyn is just using it for the base of what she'll be teaching the children about. )

Today the children will hear a story about the forest floor. It is a special habitat because this is where, salamanders and the tiny spring peeper frog spends their summer. After our story we’ll explore the tiny creatures that live there with magnifying glasses, search for turkey tails (a fungus) and make a forest floor terrarium to take home. Snack and cookies end the day

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659 -7211

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HERBS THAT CAN HELP THE

GARDEN THRIVE!

 PLANT WALK

Thursday June, 15th
4:00pm-5:30pm
$15/person
In depth looks into plants, gardening, wild-crafting to introduce you to herbal world, or dive deeper in it. 
Lead by: Jenna Kulp

Plants are truly diverse beings, holding medicinal properties even for the garden. In this plant walk we will explore the complex relationships that plants have with each other and the soil.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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NATIVE MEDICINALS AND EDIBLES 

NATURE WALK

Sunday, June 18   
1:00pm – 3:pm
Cost: 2-4 people $5.00
         5-7 people $10.00
Lead by: Marilyn Gilmour, Naturalist


What better way to spend Father’s Day than on a nature walk in the woods with your dad? Today we’ll be learning all about the medicinal and edible plants we grow here in the gardens or that we wildcraft in the woods. You’ll learn about how these plants came to make their home here, or if they are native to the area. When we’re done, be sure to check out the shop and get some dried herbs or stones for dad! Happy Father’s Day!

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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          TRAVELING THE AXIS MUNDI:            A SHAMANIC JOURNEY THROUGH THE LABYRINTH

 

Date: Saturday June, 24
Time: 2:45pm-4:00pm
Instructor: Tracy Andryc
Cost: $25.00

This workshop is our spotlight workshop for our Summer Wellness Fair! So if you sign up feel free to come early and check out the Fair and explore the mini workshops we'll be having throughout the day! There will also be vendors, food and fun activities for adults and children alike! The Wellness Fair is from 10:00am-4:00pm

The axis mundi is the connection between higher and lower realms…the world tree...sacred center. The labyrinth connects us with earth and sky, etheric and physical, within and without and gives us the opportunity to send energy along the axis mundi or chakras. By connecting with the dynamic energy of the labyrinth and sending that energy up and down the body’s axis mundi, we can move beyond the obstacles on our path toward balance and wholeness. Join Tracy on a journey through the labyrinth that will awaken your energy centers and bring you to sacred center.

BIO: Tracy Andryc has been sharing her love of the labyrinth since her first walk on its path in 1998. She sees the labyrinth as a universal tool that can be used in a magical/spiritual context, regardless of your religious path. Tracy is a Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Facilitator, Certified Birth Doula, Reiki Master and owner of One Path Labyrinth Ventures. She takes a holistic approach to her labyrinth work by incorporating other modalities such as crystal grids, sound and sacred dance. For almost two decades, she has facilitated workshops and rituals on the labyrinth and other topics at venues throughout New England. Tracy lives in Massachusetts, with her husband, three adult kids and three step-kids, happily playing with clay.

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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QUEEN ANNIE & THE SEWING CONTEST

STORY HOUR & NATURE WALK

Ages: 3 years and up
Fee: $10.00 per child, adults free
Sunday July 2, 1:00pm-3:00pm
Lead by: Marilyn Gilmour, Naturalist


Misty Meadows will be conducting a story hour beginning, the first Sunday of each month beginning, June 4. from 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Each program will concentrate on the Habitats of Misty Meadows. The word “Habitat” is probably the most difficult word for children to understand. In simple terms, it is a place where an animal, plant or insect lives. In Each program children will listen to a story at a new habitat in a woodland setting. After our story we will explore the habitat and make a craft using natural materials only and some glue.   Each session children will have juice and cookies.

Queen Annie and the Sewing Contest: By Marilyn Gilmour (Roleplaying)
High up on a mountain, a huge castle stood. In the castle lives King George and His queen, Queen Annie. Annie was a very spoiled queen and she wanted to do a project because she is so bored. The king had a great idea, How about having a contest. But! … What will it be? And what does the pilliwiggin fairies that live down in pilliwiggin meadow have to do with it? Come and join in the roll-playing story. Before going home we’ll go to the herb gardens and see if the pilliwiggins have visited our gardens. Snack and cookies end the day.

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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THE WITCH'S DANCE

Sunday July 2
1-4 pm

Instructor:  Allison Charron

Cost : $35.

The witch's dance is inherently empowering. We raise energy. We experience divinity in physicality. Through motion, we heal, evolve, and heighten our awareness. The movement itself becomes a doorway. Whether in ritual or rave, we dance at the threshold: at the doorway to the ecstatic, the doorway to spirit, and the doorway to Self.

The practice of mindful movement will invariably bring us to one of the fundamental truths of the witch: that of immanent divinity. The witch’s dance fosters an understanding of the body as spiritual intelligence. Every cell is imbued with divinity. The bones and viscera share their stories. Intuition is channeled through the fascia. Our perception of physicality, of Malkuth, begins to shift. We become fully present in the Garden of the Gods.  

Unlike traditional forms of meditation, sacred dance honors the body’s inherent wisdom to move or be still. This workshop uses both guided and free-form movement. No previous dance experience is necessary. Movers of varying levels of mobility are welcome. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and bring water, a yoga mat, and (or) a blanket.

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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HERBAL CLINIC &

PRACTITIONERS CIRCLE

 An Expanded Learning Opportunity for Herbal Students & Practitioners
 

Dates
Saturday July 8, 22
Saturday August 5, 19
Time:  9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Cost:  $300
Register by June 24
Class size limited to 12 people.

The Practitioners Circle is the logical next step for herbal students wishing to enter into a practice working with clients. It also provides both new and experienced practitioners with an opportunity to observe and interact with other herbalists and with clients. Participants will work directly with clients, people from the community seeking guidance and healing.
The Practitioners Circle provides an opportunity for student practitioners to: 

  • move to the next level of preparing for herbal practice
  • observe experienced herbal practitioners at work
  • develop intake skills
  • practice formulation
  • improve skills by learning from each other 

 
An opportunity for experienced herbal practitioners to: 

  • share their skills with student practitioners
  • expand their herbal practice
  • develop/improve mentoring skills

An opportunity for members of the community to: 

  • explore and experience a more natural
  • Approach to getting and staying healthy.
  • Experience an herbal consultation at a reduced rate
  • Have the benefit of several herbalists hearing their story
  • Receive questions & input from several herbalists
  • Have remedies custom formulated for them by a concurring team of herbalists
  • Have two follow up appointments at the same “clinic” rate.  

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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INSECTS OF FIELD & FOREST

NATURE WALK

Sunday, July 16    
1:00pm – 3:00pm
Cost: 2-4 people $5.00
         5-7 people $10.00
Lead by: Marilyn Gilmour, Naturalist


Insects play such a crucial role in the ecosystems of our fields and forests, but sadly, most of them get a bad reputation of being pests. Come to Misty Meadows to learn about the butterflies that roam our gardens, the bees that are busy pollinating the world, and all the insects that lay under the soil, helping to replenish and keep the soil in balance. When we gain a deeper understanding of why they’re here, it’s easier to not be so bothered by them. 

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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EARTH TO BODY WELLNESS SERIES

$85.00 per Class
We welcome you to the garden to learn about its care, keeping, and bounty from the Garden Manager and Medicine Maker.


SUMMER: Sunday July 23rd 10:00am-4:00pm

 

Garden: Enjoy the bounty of the garden as we discuss the importance of pollinators, biodiversity and conserving water. Using examples from our evolving gardens at Misty Meadows we will look at the importance of planting perennials and discuss methods of low maintenance and sustainable practices to enrich our ecosystems. With the busyness of the season we will explore planning your garden by the phases of the moon, to bring order and balance.

 Harvesting: In the height of summer there is so much to do. Harvesting and drying herbs to fill our apothecary is our top priority. We will discuss methods of drying and preserving the bounty of summer, as well as techniques for staying organized and on track. experience harvesting herbs that will be stowed away for winter months.  

Lunch: In addition to the summer fruit and vegetable staples that abound in our gardens and at farmers’ markets learn to bring our wild herb friends to the table. Together we’ll stray from tradition and make a pesto that embraces the diverse bounty of medicinal summer plants. 

Medicine Making: Harness the power of the sun as we discuss and make infused oils. These oils will be suitable for culinary or cosmetic use. Learn the healing properties of Plantain, Comfrey, Red Clover and Calendula. Share in the bright beauty of herbal oils and the diverse ways they can bring health into daily life. 

Note: Each class students will receive handouts and the products made that day. Although there are lunch activities we encourage all students to bring supplemental food, so they can feel energetic and nourished throughout the day. All classes are weather contingent and subject to cancellation in the event of severe weather, participants will be notified upon assessment.

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    • Cancellations made at least 10 days prior to class will be refunded 75% unless otherwise noted on the Registration Page.
    • Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to class are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email are not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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ADVANCED CASE TAKING

& FORMULA MAKING
 

Ellen Evert Hopman, Herbalist AHG
Sat/Sun
July 29-30, 2017
9:30 am – 5 pm
Cost: $295

 

  • Basic Five Element Theory:  seasons, flavors, taste, voice tone, emotions
  • Basics of Facial Diagnosis: lines, colors, moles, blemishes
  • Advanced formula Making technique
  • Design individually crafted remedies for individuals using the technique developed by Master Herbalist William LeSassier, renowned “teacher of the teachers”.

 
Ellen is the author of a number of herbals including “Secret Medicines from Your Garden”, “A Druid’s Herbal of Sacred Tree Medicine”, “Tree Medicine Tree Magic” and other volumes. See Ellen’s books at www.elleneverthopman.com

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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PLANTS FOR SKIN & HAIR CARE

 PLANT WALK

Saturday July, 29th
4:00pm-5:30pm
$15/person
In depth looks into plants, gardening, wild-crafting to introduce you to herbal world, or dive deeper in it. 
Lead by: Jenna Kulp

We welcome you to our gardens to learn about plants that can help you nurture the beautiful garden that is your body. We will explore both wild and cultivated plant allies for the skin and hair.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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SLIPPERY, SLIMY WORMS

STORY HOUR & NATURE WALK

Ages: 3 years and up
Fee: $10.00 per child, adults free
Sunday August 6, 1:00pm-3:00pm
Lead by: Marilyn Gilmour, Naturalist

Misty Meadows will be conducting a story hour beginning, the first Sunday of each month beginning, June 4. from 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Each program will concentrate on the Habitats of Misty Meadows. The word “Habitat” is probably the most difficult word for children to understand. In simple terms, it is a place where an animal, plant or insect lives. In Each program children will listen to a story at a new habitat in a woodland setting. After our story we will explore the habitat and make a craft using natural materials only and some glue.   Each session children will have juice and cookies.

"Slippery, Slimy Worms" by Peggy Kochanoff - read by Marilyn Gilmour, Naturalist (Please note: The author of the story is not coming to this fun program, Marilyn is just using it for the base of what she'll be teaching the children about. )


Worms breathe through their skin so they must stay moist. Earthworms can regenerate a new tail if too much isn’t lost. After a story of slippery slimy worms
we’ll become junior scientists and examine real slimy night-crawlers with magnifiers. When we are done we’ll take the worms to their new home, the herb garden. Frosting cupcakes and  juice will end the day.

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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HERBS IN THE KITCHEN!

PLANT WALK

Thursday August, 17th 2017
4:00pm-5:30pm
$15/person
In depth looks into plants, gardening, wild-crafting to introduce you to herbal world, or dive deeper in it. 
Lead by: Jenna Kulp

With the help of herbs turn your dressings, salts, marinades, soups, baked goods, mixed drinks and so much more into flavorful masterpieces! Open your eyes and pallet to the diverse flavors of wild and cultivated plants!

CALL TO REGISTER 603) 659-7211

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WOODLAND SCAVENGER HUNT

NATURE WALK

Sunday, August 20                                                                         
1:00pm-3:00pm
Cost: 2-4 people $5.00
         5-7 people $10.00
Lead by: Marilyn Gilmour, Naturalist


There are SO many things to look for in the forest when we’re paying close enough attention. Today, you’ll enjoy a woodland scavenger hunt! Finding something smooth, something rough, something tall or something short. The possibilities are endless for these things and many more in the woods! It’s going to be a day for the family to remember, so come to Misty Meadows and let’s go scavenging! 
 

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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EARTH TO BODY WELLNESS SERIES

$85.00 per Class
We welcome you to the garden to learn about its care, keeping, and bounty from the Garden Manager and Medicine Maker.


AUTUMN: Sunday September 24th 10:00PM-4:00PM


Garden: We invite you to join us as we begin to prepare the garden for the winter. Discuss fall seed sowing and saving, soil building techniques, and ways to honor the garden as it wanes. In a cyclical mirroring of “Spring cleanup”, learn the importance of autumn clean up, and of preserving ecosystems by leaving plants uncut and not raking leaves out.

 Harvesting: In the fall plant energy retreats into the earth. This is the time to harvest root medicine! Learn the etiquette of this harvest and connect with Earth energy. Explore the ways roots can be dried and stored for optimal potency. A variety of roots will be harvested for making your medicine for the day.

Lunch: What can we still munch on? Herbs and wild weeds are hardy and can be found in full splendor even as the first frost bites the earth. We will harvest and forage for plants to make a tasty fall soup. 

Medicine Making: As we connect with the deeply nourishing properties of the roots you will learn how they can be utilized in delicious medicine. Create a flavorful mineral tonic perfect for the table or the medicine chest. This traditional preparation is used to aid in maintaining robust health through the winter.

Note: Each class students will receive handouts and the products made that day. Although there are lunch activities we encourage all students to bring supplemental food, so they can feel energetic and nourished throughout the day. All classes are weather contingent and subject to cancellation in the event of severe weather, participants will be notified upon assessment.

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    • Cancellations made at least 10 days prior to class will be refunded 75% unless otherwise noted on the Registration Page.
    • Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to class are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person).Voice mail and email are not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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