Herbal Medicine for Activists

March 2, 2012

In addition to the upcoming training, North Star Health Collective is happy to host Herbal Medicine for Activists!

Friday, March 23, 3:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Come learn about common plants that have a wide variety of uses. Getting
to know the plants where you are; those that are within reach are going to
be the most useful in an emergency. The workshop includes Herbs for
Prevention, Resilience, First Aid, Recovery, and Rejuvenation. This
workshop is for activists and health care workers supporting social and
environmental causes or campaigns. Training in first aid is helpful but
not required. You must register to attend.

Sign up at info@serpentine-project.org or call (715) 977-0908

Leah Wolfe, MPH, is an herbalist from Luck, WI. She studied herbal
medicine at the Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine and public health
at Portland State University. She is the project manager of the Serpentine
Project – an educational endeavor that protects and cultivates medicinal
plants and traditional approaches to healing through workshops, plant
walks, and consultations.

Other details: This workshop is offered on a sliding-scale basis – no one
is turned away for lack of funds and trade options may be available.
Suggested donation: $20-40. We will host a potluck dinner after the
workshop, please bring a dish to share if you’d like to join us.

Location: Minnehaha Free Space

the serpentine project
ser pen tine (noun) c.1408, plant reputed to contain antivenom
http://serpentine-project.org * info@serpentine-project.org


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