Join mushroom enthusiast Gradey Proctor for an in-depth exploration of everything you need to know when mushroom hunting in the Pacific Northwest. We’ll venture into the forest looking for the delectable mushrooms of late autumn and early winter to take home, and with luck, our baskets will get filled!
Join Gradey Proctor for a free class exploring half a dozen medicinal plants by going through their medicinal uses, different ways of making root medicine, the botany of underground structures, and most importantly, how to do all this while keeping our plants thriving. This free class is taught at Portland Nursery at 9000 SE Division.
Join Missy Rohs and Gradey Proctor as we delve into delve into the medicines and practices of the season. This 4-week series alternates outdoor classes (wildcrafting, plant ID, ecology) with indoor classes (making remedies, plant medicine, everyday herbalism).
Join Gradey Proctor to explore the unique botanical treasure that is the Columbia River Gorge. This 3-week series is for folks who want to learn botanical and ecological tools to identify plants and cultivate a sense of place. We’ll also discuss the edible and medicinal uses of our diverse native flora.
Gradey Proctor will be giving a plant walk at the Free Herbalism Project! The Free Herbalism Project is an interactive community event with botanically inspired lectures by expert herbalists from all over the country. Come enjoy live music, yoga, an educational plant walk, and plenty of organic herbal tea - all free of charge!
Join mushroom enthusiasts Gradey Proctor and Missy Rohs for an in-depth exploration of everything you need to know when mushroom hunting in the Pacific Northwest. We’ll venture into the forest looking for delectable mushrooms to take home, and with luck, our baskets will get filled!
This two-part class with Gradey Proctor will to delve deep into identifying and working with the carrot family or Apiaceae, which contains potent medicine, food, and poison. Thursday afternoon from 1pm-6pm, class will meet in Portland to review basic botany and learn the traits for the carrot family. On Friday from 9am-6pm, class will take a field trip to meet the many different members of the carrot family.
On this journey, Gradey Proctor will introduce us to the wonders of forests and meadows high on Mt. Hood, where the trees give way to beautiful medicinal plants. Expect to learn some botany, wildcrafting tips, and perhaps do a little foraging on our hike!
Field ecologist Gradey Proctor will discuss meadow landscapes and the unique variables that create these habitats. Participants will meet a stunning array of rad plants that call these openings home. Along the way, we will talk about botany, herbalism, and wildcrafting.
Join Gradey Proctor for this fun class on the basics of botany. Gradey will take us on a tour of the terms and tools needed to properly identify plants, then students will put their new knowledge to work on Mt. Hood. This in-depth botanical training is a fundraiser for Bark.
Due to the high demand for the Gardening for Medicine program, garden wizard Gradey Proctor is offering a Gardening for Medicine Mini-Series! Join Gradey to explore the permaculture principles of garden design, discuss when and how to gather medicinal plants, and learn key gardening and herbal medicine-making techniques.
Join Gradey Proctor to explore the unique botanical playground that is the Columbia River Gorge. This series is for folks with some basic botanical background who want to expand their skills, as well as folks new to plant ID. We’ll also discuss the edible and medicinal uses of our diverse native flora.
Join community herbalist Missy Rohs for a day of first aid skills, herbal allies, emergency assessment tools, and real first aid kit talk.
In this workshop, we will explore the art of cultivating plants from seed. Gradey Proctor will show some of the tricks of the trade from his work growing plants at the Medicine Garden nursery. All participants will leave with seed trays all planted out as well as seed packets to lay the foundation of their medicinal garden!
Join Gradey Proctor for a class on some common medicinal plants that are easily grown in Northwest gardens. We will discuss the healing properties of medicinal plants and some ways in which these garden herbs can be processed for medicine. This free class will be held at Portland Nursery, 5050 SE Stark.
Want to give your immune system a boost this winter? Join community herbalist Missy Rohs for an in-depth look at medicinal plants that can ward off colds and ‘flus and keep you well through the season. This free class is held at Portland Nursery at 9000 SE Division.
On this short hike with Gradey Proctor, we will learn to identify medicinal trees and shrubs by their twigs, check out the dead stems of last year’s flowering plants, and catch a few early bloomers too. We will discuss botany, medicinal uses, ecology, and wildcrafting along the way.
In this workshop, Missy Rohs will cover holistic strategies to combat colds. We’ll go in depth with at least half a dozen plant allies and make a cold kicker syrup together!
Join Missy Rohs to learn about the array of aromatic medicinal plants that can be used to support winter wellness. These healing herbs — many of which are found in your garden or your kitchen — can support the immune system, promote respiratory health, and even alleviate seasonal affective symptoms.
Join Missy Rohs as we delve deep into the world of self-care through medicinal plants, learning about tools to support the emotions, the nervous system, and the heart. This is a four-week series; students can register for one class or all classes.
Join Gradey Proctor for an exploration of the underground world of the plant, the root! We will explore a half dozen medicinal plants by going through their medicinal uses, different ways of making root medicine, the botany of underground structures and most importantly, how to do all this while keeping our plants thriving.