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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.

 

 

 

 


What's New?


UPCOMING CLASS SERIES.....

 

FROM THE ROOTS UP
A Course in Bioregional Herbalism

Registration is OPEN!

Class meets 1 sunday/month, 10am-4pm
Spring Session: April-June (FULL)
Summer Session: July-Aug (FULL)
Fall Session: Sept-Nov (Now enrolling!)
~Sessions may be taken separately or together.  Take all 3 sessions to participate in the From the Roots Up Apprenticeship (FULL)~

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 HERE

 

 

SPICE RACK MEDICINE
Winter Class Series

Class meets 1 sunday/month, January-March 2017
2017 Class Dates TBA- Stay Tuned!

This 3 class series will cover all the elements of Kitchen Medicine- demystifying herbalism and bringing it back into the home.  Topics covered include medicinal uses of the culinary herbs, food & herbal energetics, harmonizing with the seasons, food as medicine, herbal "deep immune" tonics, remineralizing, medicine-making, and more!

More info and register HERE


UPCOMING COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS.....

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Herb Walk & Medicine-Making 101

Thursday Sept 15th
6:00-7:00pm
At the People's Medicine Garden in Greenfield, MA (at Just Roots Farm)
By Donation- $0-$10. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Take a walk around the medicine gardens of the People's Medicine Project in Greenfield and learn to how to turn common medicinal plants and culinary herbs into potent plant medicines! We'll cover medicinal benefits of plants in the garden and discuss how to make your own tinctures, elixers, vinegars, and oxymels.  Participants will be able to harvest plants fresh from the gardens to take home and make into their own medicinal preparations.  Handouts and recipes will be provided!


View the entire 2016 Schedule HERE