Introduction to Herbal Medicine & Allyship:
July 30-August 1, 2021
Friday 7/30, 5-8pm: Introductions, observation, and intention.
Saturday 7/31, 9am-5:30pm: Techniques for processing and cultivating your own herbs.
Sunday 8/1, 9am-5:30pm: Herbal first aid, herbs in social movements, and Herb Allyship. Presentation of certificates and product sampling.
In the backdrop of the country’s largest outdoor collection of medicinal plants, this course explores how to observe, cultivate, harvest, process, consume, honor and relate to medicinal herbs, especially those relevant to keeping the immune and nervous systems strong in the age of COVID-19. In addition to herbal education, Gill Tract herbalists will share practical instruction on self consultation, garden design, and medicine making techniques, including essences, teas, vinegars, tinctures, oils, salves and syrups. Honoring ancestral traditions of folk herbalism, students will be encouraged to share their own experiences and herbal knowledge, along with the facilitators.
We have a limited number of scholarships available for this course that are provided on a first come, first serve basis. If you are interested, please complete the scholarship request form below to determine your eligibility. Once we receive your request, we will notify you as soon as we can so you can complete your registration well in advance of the course start date.
*** Deadline to request a scholarship is July 26, 2021 @ 5PM ***
Link to register: https://na.eventscloud.com/ereg/index.php?eventid=612992&
Scholarship Request Form:https://na.eventscloud.com/esurvey/scholarship-request
Gill Tract Website: https://www.gilltractfarm.org/ucb-student-opportunities
This is apart of a three-series event check out more here: https://food.berkeley.edu/programs/community-engagement-edu/gill-tract-s...