Sunday, September 21, 2014

We're having a great season with our Walk on the Wild Side participants! Soon to be Walk on the Wild Side Graduates!

Due to our involvement in assisting The Kingfisher Interpretive Centre get back on its feet after the big debris flood last May, we have postponed delivering any additional classes this year. Now that KICS is getting back to normal, we anticpate offering a Colds and Flu workshop sometime in October/November as well as getting back in the field with some Plant Studies.

We're giving away a private Plant Walk for up to four people at the KICS Salmon Sensation Fundraiser/Dinner this Sat, Sept 27. You need to attend the dinner to bid on the walk so perhaps we'll see you there.

Stayed tuned for more!

Friday, January 17, 2014

Winter Greetings Plant Lovers!

This is just a wee post to let you know we are pleased to be offering our original "Walk on the Wild Side" certificate program this year. You can head on over to the Certificate Programs to read all about it.

We love this course and we know you will love it too!

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Home Herbalist Graduation Celebration and Potluck

~ Saturday, October 19  ~ 3 pm
~ Riverside Hall, Enderby BC

Well, it's that time of year, when once again, we have cause to celebrate as our Home Herbalist particpants have completed their herbal studies! Yay!

We would like to invite everyone to come and celebrate and make herbal merriment with us.

Presentations begin at 3 pm. Potluck 4 pm
Please bring your favourite potluck dish
Please let us know if you'd like to join us. RSVP @ 250-838-6777

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Home Herbalists 2013 ~ Bringing Herbalism Back Home

Here's a glimpse of our first Home Herbalist weekend. We'll be together one weekend a month for the next 7 months creating Herbal Community.

Getting acquainted
A very young and very eager Home Herbalist enjoying his potluck lunch!

Cottonwood Plant study
Getting loupey

In love with Balm

Learning is so much fun with good friends
Hands on learning
Hands on teaching with help from Dandelion

Violet Plant Study
A Violet Faery!

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Balm of Gilead Bliss

Balm plant study March 10 (Click on photos to enlarge)

Sorry you missed out? We'll be offering another one at the end of the month!

The Cottonwood Riparian Ecosystme is the most endangered ecosystem in BC
Big ol Balms
"Catkin" ~ She's a pistillate
The magic cookie giving Cottonwood
Catkin, Camouflage and Cottonwood
River Reflections