Regeneration & Resilience: Forest Garden Design
Soil Ecology, Permaculture & Native Plants
An Ecological, Biodynamic & Biointensive Approach
Starting from the soil to the finished product. Learn about herbal landscaping and creating a sacred medicine sanctuary. This practical hands-on learning includes wild plant identification, harvesting and the art of wildcrafting herbs, making nutritional preparations, and creating a personal plant project for yourself.
Experiencing and assisting herbs’ growth ensures a personal healing loop between the planter and the planted—a link between a forest gardener and a field herbalist. There is no better remedy than one nurtured with care and intention from preconception to packaging.
Learn in-depth the uses of a handful of herbs and how to include them in nutritional meals.
- The Art of Growing Soil
- Designing an Ecological Landscape
- Symbiotic Relationships: Inner & Outer Biology
- Wild Wisdom of Weeds
- The Art of Foraging
- Wild Weed Farming
- Foraging Tools & Techniques
- Wild Weed Walkabouts – Permaculture Plants
- Understanding Our Bioregional Nutritionals
- Ecological Herbalism – Local, Wild, Living
- A Permaculture, Biodynamic & Biointensive Approach
“A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.”
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt
Date: May 13 – 14, 2023
Time: 9 am to 5 pm.
Cost: Early-bird: $250 (two weeks before the workshop)
Regular price $300
Includes: all workshop materials, handouts & charts
All lunches will be potluck style, using as much as possible organic, local, wild, live-food plant-based ingredients.
The centre will provide herbal teas and snack
It does not include taxes, accommodations or travel.