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TWO Great Workshops, one after the other, April 19th!

Grass Roots: Herbal Healing for Everyone with Herbalists: Joyce Wardwell and Jim McDonaldApril 19th at the Traverse District Library, 9 AM to 4 PM

Pre-registration required $35-50 sliding scale.

Joyce Wardwell is an herbalist of 35 years, teacher, storyteller, writer and promoter of the power of self-care. Her eclectic background encompasses Western, Chinese, Native Armenian and kitchen knowledge and she makes herbalism understandable and simple. For many years Wardwell published the herbal newsletter called “Herbal Voices”, and is the author of “The Herbal Remedy Book: Simple Recipes for Tinctures, Teas, Salves, Tonics, and Syrups” .

Jim McDonald, lives in Michigan, and offers a perspective of herbalism that blends western folk and indigenous views of healing with the vitalist traditions of 19th century western herbalism. He has offered classes throughout the Great Lakes bioregion and nationally, hosts the website: www.herbcraft.org, and is currently writing “A Great Lakes Herbal”. Jim is a community herbalist, a manic wild crafter and medicine maker, and has been an ardent student of the most learned teachers of herb craft….the plants themselves.

Sponsored by the Herbal Alliance of Northern Michigan

For printable registration form contact frognoise@centurytel.net or pick one up at the Traverse Area District Library.

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Earth Day Tree Walk guided by Bruce Holland-Moritz aka The GreenMan

Saturday, April 19th, 4:30 to 6:30 pm

The Earth Day Tree Walk is being offered as a basic appreciation and learning identification methods, as well as understanding some of the edible, medicinal, and ecological importance of the trees that are our neighbors in our Northern Michigan home-place.

Meet at the ArtCenter of TC, and we’ll wander around Bldg. #50 grounds learning about the unusual trees collected and planted by Dr. Munson, and then, for those who wish to take a heftier hike, we will head back on the Munson Trails to consider native trees in the natural areas.

This is a free event, welcoming all ages. Donations will be gratefully accepted, and go towards the Earth Day Parade.

Please RSVP at the number below, or by emailing: penny@littleartshram.org

Sponsored by: Little Artshram and The Primitive Skills Core Group

For more information on the Earth Day Tree Walk:
231-510-3491

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