Milk & Honey Herbs is a small, diversified, family-owned farm and business in the rolling hills of Western Massachusetts. 

We believe that community health and ecological health are intrinsically connected and hope that Milk & Honey Herbs positively contributes to both.


UPCOMING CLASS SERIES & APPRENTICESHIP.....

 

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SPICE RACK MEDICINE
Winter Class Series

This 3 class series dives deep into the rich subject of Kitchen Medicine, demystifying herbalism and bringing it back into the home. Topics covered include the medicinal uses of the culinary herbs, food and herbal energetics, medicinal mushrooms, food as medicine, cooking with the tonic herbs, medicinal soups and broths, remineralization, and more. Classes are hands-on and meet at the cozy Blue Dragon Apothecary in Greenfield, MA
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Class meets 1 Sunday/month January-March 2019
January 13th
February 10th
March 10th

CLASS IS FULL! Email me to be placed on a waiting list (milkandhoneyherbs@gmail.com)

And NEW this year, we’re offering an online track!

Learn More About Spice Rack Medicine Online Here

 


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FROM THE ROOTS UP
Bioregional Herbalism Series & Apprenticeship

This hands-on, experiential herb course meets outside and in the field. Learn our local medicinal plants, wildcrafting guidelines and harvesting methods, field botany and plant ID, medicinal uses, and more!
Register early to hold your space in class!

8-month Apprenticeship

Meets 1 Sunday/month April-November

Seasonal Class Series

Meets 1 Sunday/mo, 10am-4pm
*Sign up for one or more sessions*
Spring Session-April- June 
Summer Session- July & August
Fall Session- Sept-November

2019 Class Dates TBA in October!

Learn more and register for class

 


UPCOMING COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS....

 

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Fall Herb Walk

Saturday October 6th
10:30am-12pm
Amethyst Brook Conservation Area
Amherst, MA
By Donation ($0-$10)

Join us for a walk in the glorious fall foliage identifying our numerous autumn medicinals including roots, berries, barks, and lingering fall flowers. We'll talk about botany, harvest, medicinal uses, and herbal preparations and discuss fall strategies for staying well though the winter months! By donation- no one turned away for lack of funds. No pre-registration required- just show-up!


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Medicinal Soups & Nourishing Broths

Sat October 20
7:30-9pm
At Flower Power Herbs & Roots
New York, NY
$30

Fall and winter are great times to start cooking-up nourishing and medicinal foods, and broths and soups lend themselves incredibly well to herbal additions! We'll learn about the best herbs to include in our cooking, how to combine them for different flavor profiles, and learn about the medicinal benefits of these herbs as we go. This workshop is hands-on and we'll make a medicinal broth together in class. Handouts and recipes will be provided! Learn More and Register for Class Here


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Rosa Multiflora in Practice &
Tree Medicine Plant Walk

American Herbalists Guild Symposium
October 25th-29th
Uncoi State Park and Lodge
Helen, Georgia

I'm thrilled to be teaching 2 classes at this year's American Herbalists Guild 29th Annual Symposium. The theme this year is Bioregional Herbalism!

More info and Register for the Symposium


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Winter Tree Medicine

Friday December 7th
6:00pm-8:00pm
At the Bower Studio & Apothecary
Pelham, MA
$30

The winter months are a great time to work with the conifers, since they can be harvested for medicine year-round! In this workshop we will meet some of our local evergreens and learn how to identify them. We'll also discuss their medicinal benefits and learn how to capture these properties in easy and effective preparations such as salves, oils, and elixirs. We'll demonstrate how to make the medicine and recipes will be shared! Class size is limited. Register for class HERE!