Posts by karin

Candle Making Workshop

Learn how to make hand-dipped beeswax tapers and molded beeswax candles, just in time for Christmas Tuesday, December 13 1:30 pm till 3:30 pm Price $ 40 Limited to 10 Participants You may take home as many candles as you are able to produce in the 2 hour workshop Why Beeswax Candles ? 1. Rare…

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Drying Herbs and Flowers

  Join us for a fun afternoon working with dried herbs, flowers, lichens, pine cones…. to make special holiday gifts for family, friends or yourself Thanksgiving, Christmas and Winter Holidays Tuesday, November 15 at 1:30 to 3:30 Learn how to work with different plant materials to create your own unique design We have a selections…

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Herbal Medicine Making Workshop

Offering 2  classes Sunday      October  9     at       1:30 pm Tuesday    October 11      at       1:30 pm Limited to 10 participants Price $ 40 each participant may take home her/his tinctures, teas     fresh valerian root Tinctures,Teas,Poultices What does it mean to use herbs to support health? Learn to harness the power of your…

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All about herbs

Herbs are the most versatile plants, they can be grown for their fragrance, culinary, medicinal ,cosmetic uses arts and crafts or dying fabric Learn about herbs and their uses growing herbs in your garden or in pots harvesting, drying and freezing your herbs cooking with herbs medicinal herbs and their uses art and craft projects…

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Cooking with Herbs

It’s summertime and your herbs in the garden or pots are at their best and in abundance would you like to preserve the herbs ? in a different way than just dry or freeze them Saving the flavor of fresh herbs pesto, compound butter, infused oil and vinegar there are many ways to preserve your…

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Bee Well and Be Well

Bee Introduction Seminar with Glen Henderson at the Herb Crib Farm Did you Know? Honey is a good source of anti-oxidants. They play a big role in the prevention of cancer as well as heart disease. According to the national honey institute, honey may be beneficial to athletes by reducing fatigue. Honey is a good…

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Why are Native Plants so important

As open space disappears, it becomes increasingly necessary to look at our own landscapes as a refuge for biodiversity. Native organisms including plants, mammals, birds, amphibians, and insects create an intricate web of life. This is a wonderful natural orchestration with each species’ life cycle highly dependent on the others. When gardeners use native plants,…

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Aromatherapy

Have you always wanted to learn the secrets of how to blend ingredients and make your own unique perfume, bath salt, massage oil, hand and face lotion, or room refresher and potpourri? Then this is the class for you! This is a basic beginner’s course demystifying aromatherapy and showing you many ways to add essential…

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