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Free Herbalism Project

This free event is happening in Eugene, but it's a great one! Catch Gradey giving a fun plant walk and get the most current update on the Free Fire Cider legal battle with Nicole Telkes! Doug Elliott's stories are not to be missed, and Sue Sierralupe is amazing.

From the FHP website:
Join the Free Herbalism Project for a celebration of folk herbalism like no other with songs, stories, and a GIANT fire cider-making party in support of the ongoing #FreeFireCider anti-trademark case! Simply BYOJ (Bring Your Own Jar...a pint-sized glass one with lid works best) and visit the Free Fire Cider tent to make and take your own FREE batch of this beloved herbal remedy (while ingredients last)!

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! Our goal is to create a remarkable experience for those who wish to delve further into the world of herbalism, wild foods, and natural living. It is one of the ways in which Mountain Rose Herbs hopes to give back to herbalists and our local community.


11am – 12 p.m.: Free yoga class with Darlene Armantrout
*11am – 12 p.m.: Plant walk with Sue Sierralupe
*11:30am - 12:30 p.m.: Plant walk with Gradey Proctor
12pm -1 p.m.: Live music with Moonlight Jubilee
1pm – 2:30 p.m.: Nicole Telkes
2:45pm –3 p.m.: Live music with Moonlight Jubilee
3pm – 4:30 p.m.: Doug Elliott
4:30pm – 5 p.m.: Live music with Moonlight Jubilee

*Each plant walk is limited to 20 people and is first come, first served. Plant walk registration begins at 10:30 a.m. at the Mountain Rose Herbs merchandise table. While we'd love for everyone to be able to participate, we must limit the class size in order to keep our footprint on beautiful Mount Pisgah as small as possible. Thank you for understanding!

**If you want to participate in the yoga class, be sure to bring your mat!

More information/To register:

Earlier Event: October 4
Wild Mushrooms: Forage in the Forest
Later Event: October 13
Aromatic Herbs for Winter Wellness