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

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

Nettles (Urtica dioica)

Nettles (Urtica dioica)

Herbal Wellness Consultations

Tuesday & Thursday- by appt, at Blue Dragon Apothecary in Greenfield, MA
Low-cost Community Herbal Clinic- Fridays at Blue Dragon Apothecary (Open to ALL)

Would you like some support on your path towards vibrant health? Jade has experience working with a wide variety of common health issues including autoimmune disorders, digestive issues, anxiety and stress, chronic inflammation, and more.

Learn more and schedule an appointment here!



A Course in Bioregional Herbalism

Class Series meets 1 sunday/month, 10am-4pm
Spring Session: 4/30, 5/28, 6/25 (full)
Summer Session: 7/16, 8/20
Fall Session: 9/17, 10/8, 11/5
(sign-up for one or more sessions)

Apprenticeship meets 1 sunday/month, 10am-4pm
8 month Apprenticeship April-November
(The 2017 Apprenticeship is currently FULL! 2018 Dates TBA!)

A hands-on, experiential herb class, this series is designed for the student who wants to dive-in and get to know the local plants up close and personal.  Folks will learn how to confidently identify plants in the field, how to harvest and make medicine with them and learn their complete medicinal profile. Learn herbal ecology and develop a bioregional materia medica.

  More info and register



Weedwifery Plant Walk

At the NOFA Summer Conference
August 11th-13th
Hampshire College. Amherst, MA

Weeds are fierce, tenacious and resilient, defying the controls of humans at every turn. They are also powerfully medicinal! This plant walk will discuss plant ID and botany, harvesting guidelines, medicinal preparations, and medicinal uses of many of our beloved northeast weeds.

Bioregional Herbalism & Local Medicine

A part of the Herbalism in the Pioneer Valley Free Workshop Series
Friday August 11th
Hungry Ghost Bread Gardens- Northampton, MA
Many of us are familiar with the local food movement, but what about the local medicine movement? Jade will discuss Bioregional Herbalism- the practice of working with the medicinal plants that grow abundantly in your area- and talk about a few of her favorite local herbs.  She will also share about her model for the low-cost community herbal clinic she has been running at Blue Dragon Apothecary in Greenfield since 2013, as Health Justice and Bioregional Herbalism are quite intertwined!

View the entire 2017 Class Schedule HERE