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.


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Winter Class Series

This 3 class series covers the elements of Kitchen Medicine- demystifying herbalism and bringing it back into the home! Learn about the medicinal uses of the culinary herbs, food as medicine, medicinal soups and broths, herbal and food energetics, cooking with the tonic herbs, harmonizing with the seasons, medicinal mushrooms and seaweeds, medicine-making, and more!

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

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Meets 1 Sunday/month, January-March (10am-4pm):
Jan 12th
Feb 9th
March 8th

Learn More and Register Here!

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Bioregional Herbalism Series & Apprenticeship

This hands-on, experiential herb course meets outside and in the field. Learn our locally 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
2020 dates coming soon!

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
2020 dates coming soon!

Learn More Here


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Bioregional Incense

w/Jade Alicandro Mace of Milk & Honey Herbs and Leslie Chaison of the People’s Medicine Project
Saturday Oct 12th
At the People's Medicine Garden at Just Roots Farm
Greenfield, MA  
$20 suggested donation (no one turned away for lack of funds) for groups working to protect sacred plants.
Please pre-register by emailing:

Cultures all over the world burn herbs for ceremony and shifting energy, however many commonly burned herbs are at-risk in the wild.  Learn how to connect to our locally abundant aromatic plants as we make bioregional incense together.  By working with abundant local plants and especially herbs from our own ancestral traditions, we avoid the harm caused by commodification and over-harvesting of plants sacred to cultures in other places such as White Sage and Paulo Santo, both of which are dwindling in their native range due to over-harvest. This workshop will introduce participants to our local incense plants and techniques for making your own burning bundles and local incense as well. Handouts and recipes will be provided!

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The Winter Herbal Medicine Cabinet

Wednesday November 13th
Blue Dragon Apothecary
Greenfield, MA
$30 (plus $5 materials fee)
Register for class here

There’s no need to fear the cold and flu season if you know how to make and use a few trusted herbal recipes! This workshop will cover some of my favorite and most effective remedies that I make year after year and are an important part of my winter herbal apothecary. Recipes will be made and shared and folks will leave with samples of many of the recipes we make together in class! Please pre-register and let us know you’re coming here.


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Join us for online classes on PATREON! If you’re interested in studying herbalism but aren’t able to take our in-person classes, or if online learning simply works better for your life and schedule, I’ve created a learning community on Patreon- join us! I offer monthly online classes and plant study groups, discounts on herbal consults, and more! Also, we offer an online version of our Spice Rack Medicine class series every winter- registration will open in January!