Anza Borrego Plant Walk

$55.00

Learn the rhythm of the wild world around you.  Walk with us to better understand your region, and how it is shaped.  This  community will introduce you to the native plants growing in Anza Borrego. We will cover desert ecology, medicinal and edible plants, and how to be more connected to the wild areas around you. This class will be coming from a eco-feminist perspective. We will not be foraging.  A packing list and more details will be sent upon registration.

The Teacher: Nicole Telkes believes strongly in herbal medicine being “the people’s medicine” and enlists her students and any interested parties in fulfilling her goal of putting “an herbalist in every home.” As a deep ecologist, she focuses on “weedcrafting” bioregional native and naturalized medicinal plants in herb practice. She has a great passion for the green path and education. Nicole began her journey learning Desert Medicine with Michael Moore in 2000, and Anza Borrego has a special place in her heart.

Nicole has taught classes and presented at conferences and symposiums including The Traditional Roots Institute Portland, The Native Plant Society of Texas Symposium; The American Herbalist Guild National Symposium; Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference, International Herb Symposium, and Moonflower Herbfest

Nicole is also a skilled clinician. She provided Clinic Support for WTO Seattle, Common Ground Health Clinic and a Sundance Clinic and has been published in Earth First! Journal, Plant Healer, and AHG Newsletter. In 2016, she founded a chapter of Herbalists without Borders for the school. She was a founding member of the Traditions Not Trademark Campaign to Free Fire Cider and is currently fighting the trademark in court. Nicole is the author of the book the Medicinal Plants of Texas. To schedule an appointment or obtain herbs from Nicole, please contact her through her here or go to www.nicoletelkes.com

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Learn the rhythm of the wild world around you.  Walk with us to better understand your region, and how it is shaped.  This  community will introduce you to the native plants growing in Anza Borrego. We will cover desert ecology, medicinal and edible plants, and how to be more connected to the wild areas around you. This class will be coming from a eco-feminist perspective. We will not be foraging.  A packing list and more details will be sent upon registration.

The Teacher: Nicole Telkes believes strongly in herbal medicine being “the people’s medicine” and enlists her students and any interested parties in fulfilling her goal of putting “an herbalist in every home.” As a deep ecologist, she focuses on “weedcrafting” bioregional native and naturalized medicinal plants in herb practice. She has a great passion for the green path and education. Nicole began her journey learning Desert Medicine with Michael Moore in 2000, and Anza Borrego has a special place in her heart.

Nicole has taught classes and presented at conferences and symposiums including The Traditional Roots Institute Portland, The Native Plant Society of Texas Symposium; The American Herbalist Guild National Symposium; Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference, International Herb Symposium, and Moonflower Herbfest

Nicole is also a skilled clinician. She provided Clinic Support for WTO Seattle, Common Ground Health Clinic and a Sundance Clinic and has been published in Earth First! Journal, Plant Healer, and AHG Newsletter. In 2016, she founded a chapter of Herbalists without Borders for the school. She was a founding member of the Traditions Not Trademark Campaign to Free Fire Cider and is currently fighting the trademark in court. Nicole is the author of the book the Medicinal Plants of Texas. To schedule an appointment or obtain herbs from Nicole, please contact her through her here or go to www.nicoletelkes.com

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