Herbal Remedies for Springtime


Tuition $30 + Materials $10

Welcome the Equinox with this class! We’ll focus on a handful of emerging plants that are great for your health by taking a look at how these plants fit into urban ecology and seasonal wellness. All with a dose of honey, just bee-cause! This is a hands-on class, and students will leave with projects we complete in class.

When:Sunday , April 23, 2017 from 11am-2pm

Where: Bee Thinking, 1744 SE Hawthorne Blvd.

About the instructor: Katie Heyn long ago found a deep love for plants which has now taken her through work in gardens, farms, and natural landscapes. Work in environmental and food system education has sent her to stretches as far as backcountry Alaska to public gardens in the heart of Brooklyn, teaching both youth and adults about the wily ways of the natural world.

Just like for bees, Katie's wonder for plants has no end in sight. She holds a Certificate in Horticulture, and has kept bees on a rooftop in Brooklyn and a backyard in Portland.

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