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Thank you for the great information!

We are buying our perma farm this fall, and we too are moving from Alaska.

Any tips on fall planting and quick set ups? Excited to get started.
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Herbal Syrups and Smudges for Respiratory Health

Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 2 PM – 5 PM

Burdock House welcomes community herbalist Greg Monzel from Wild
Persimmon School of Wellness for an afternoon of plant medicine.
Following introductions, we begin with a weeds walk and gathering
herbs. Greg demonstrates making an herbal-infused syrup with local
honey, which everyone gets to take home. We then wrap and tie bundles
of red cedar for smudging, and all along the way we share ancient and
contemporary natural remedies to promote respiratory health. This
outdoor workshop is mask-optional with social distancing enforced;
snacks, refreshments, and restrooms are available.

Greg Monzel is a community herbalist and forager with a gift for
nourishing deep connections between people and plants. He has been a
practicing herbalist, medicine maker and grower since 2008. Greg
co-founded Wild Persimmon School of Wellness, an Indianapolis-based
herb school and yoga studio, and is a pathways instructor at White
Pine Wilderness Academy in herbalism, foraging, and plant
identification (East Pathway).

Cost is $30/person, if paid by the end of the day of Saturday
September 12. Cost is $35 after that date. Cost includes smudge and
syrup for each participant to take home. In the case of storms, we
will cancel and issue refunds.

Please contact Josh Medlin (White River Shiatsu) with any questions!
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