In this daylong workshop, we will explore how to engage in meaningful, mutual relationship with land and plants during the season of return to the earth. We'll offer some foundational practices of ritual, consent, and communication while learning about seed-saving and preparing herbal remedies for the physical and emotional effects of the darkening months.
Saturday, Sept 8, 2018 // 10:30 am to 3:30 pm
Kamayan Farm: 10340 Carnation-Duvall Road NE, Carnation, WA 98014**
**Carpool information will be sent out to registered participants for folks without car access.
- Seed-saving practices
- Remedies for darkness
- Readying the herbal medicine “cabinet,” both literal and emotional
Sliding scale $80 to $120
If the cost is a barrier, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have several low-cost spots available and we want to see you there! No proof of need required - we know money is funny so please take advantage of this option if you need it.
Cancellation and Refunds: If you cannot make a workshop that you've registered for, you must notify us within 2 weeks of the workshop date to receive a refund.