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.
Herbal Wellness Consultations
Thursdays- 9:30am-1:30pm at Blue Dragon Apothecary in Greenfield, MA
Tuesdays- 4-8pm in Northampton
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.
UPCOMING CLASS SERIES & APPRENTICESHIP.....
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!
Meets 1 Sunday/month April-November
2018 Apprenticeship is FULL. Please email to be put on a waiting list
Seasonal Class Series
*Sign up for one or more sessions*
Spring Session- 1 Sunday/month April- June- FULL
Summer Session- 1 Sunday/month July & August- FULL
Fall Session- 1 Sunday/month Sept-November- currently enrolling
UPCOMING COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS....
Making Wild Sodas
NOFA Summer Conference
Hampshire College- Amherst, MA
Learn how to make your own fermented sodas using only raw honey, water, and herbs! This method is an easy and effective way to preserve summer bounty using only local ingredients. We'll cover the method step-by-step and also discuss the abundant options for medicinal herbs to include to make sodas that are both delicious and healthy.
Rosa Multiflora in Practice &
Tree Medicine Plant Walk
American Herbalists Guild Symposium
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!