Shedding light on women health
Workshop with Julia Behrens, Medical Herbalist and Daphne Lambert, Nutritionist
Thurs 4th April 2019 10.00am – 4.00pm
Spring - Shoots & leaves
Gather & process the new life bursting forth in spring. During the day we will:
Learn to identfy wild plants from meadows, hedgerows & woods.
Understand the different plant propertes that make them valuable food & medicine
Make tonics, macerated oils & salves
Discover traditional food preservation techniques
Deepen our connection to the natural worldwide
Increase your knowledge so you are able to support your health
An amazing lunch will inspire you to use the abundant, seasonal harvests
The day is suitable for anyone with an interest in food & herbs for health and open to people of all ages. Each day costs £135.00 and includes lunch, remedies, tonics & relishes to take home with you along with recipes and notes. We offer options for paying less if you can not afford the set rate please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Nestled in the Sussex countryside, close to Haywards Heath, Woodsland Farm is a 300-acre organic farm with the Cockhaise Brook meandering through species-rich pasture meadows alongside ancient woodland. Arable felds are planted with a variety of grass leys for dairy, and nectar rich flowers to promote biodiversity.
The ancient woodland contains a range of broad-leaf trees beneath which bluebells, wild garlic and other native species thrive and the hedgerows are natural wildlife corridors.
As well as responding to pressing needs to adapt to and mitigate climate change, the farm seeks to provide opportunities for visitors to partcipate in workshops and other actvities relating to its beautiful natural environment.
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