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.



Bioregional Herbalism Series & Apprenticeship

This hands-on, experiential herb course meets outside and in the field.
Learn our bioregionally abundant medicinal plants, wildcrafting guidelines and harvesting methods, gain intimacy with local herbs, learn field botany and plant ID, develop a bioregional materia medica, build your home apothecary, and more!

Class size is limited. Register early to hold your space in class!

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We offer two options:

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-Nov

Learn more and register for class!


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Fire Cider-Making Workshop

Saturday Feb 16th
At the Northampton Winter Farmers' Market
67 Conz St, Northampton, MA.
By Donation (proceeds to benefit Tradition Not Trademark)
*Pre-registration required! See details below

Fire Cider is a beloved traditional herbal folk remedy that can provide both potent protection from winter colds and flus, and also effective support and treatment when sickness hits. A wonderful example of food as medicine, it's a sweet and savory combination of common household ingredients like onion, garlic, and ginger, combined with raw apple cider vinegar and honey. We'll learn all about the medicinal properties of the ingredients, the wonderful versatility of Fire Cider and how to use it, and we'll make some together in class. Participants will leave with their own jar of Fire Cider (bring a glass jar!). Come see how fun and easy kitchen medicine can be!
Pre-registration Required! Email to register.

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Growing the Home Medicine Garden

Sunday February 24th
At Tower Hill Botanic Garden
Boylston, MA
Register Here (Class is FULL)

Learn how to grow your own home medicine garden to build the home apothecary. Herbalist Jade Alicandro Mace will share her top medicinals for the herb garden, how to grow them, and discus

s their medicinal uses and applications. This workshop is hands-on and participants will get to choose their own medicinal seeds to sow and will leave class with the beginnings of their own medicinal herbal garden! All materials included.