LIFE WITH FEWER SIDE EFFECTS
Tues, July 21 6:30 - 9
With Jackie Dobrinska
Learn how to deal with common chronic complaints using lifestyle and plant medicine. Using powerful, practical tools, we'll be learn how to begin to address many of our health concerns - digestion, insomnia, immunity & vitality - with ease.
INCLUDES PLANT WALK IN MEDICINAL HERB GARDEN.
We will meet in Fairview at THE LORD’s ACRE.
EVENT FREE but $10 suggested donation makes it more sustainable.
Hosted by the Jubilee! Community Wellness Team.
Email Jackie at email@example.com or call 828337-2737.
The Lord's Acre Herb Garden
The Lord's Acre believes that "everyone is hungry for something and everyone has something to give." They are a community hub that brings volunteers together to grow organic food for those in need and offers garden and food-skills training to all ages.
The Functional Herb Garden, a part of The Lord's Acre, is a place where our deep gladness meets the world’s deep hunger. Our goal is to empower members of the community through the earth-based healing of herbs and herbal education. We endeavor to:
In this second year of growth, the garden is not only deepening it's
perennial roots, but also providing habitat for beneficial insects and
offering great beauty to the community at large. We have recently
finished a beautifully rendered map of the garden. Also under development, and very close to completion, is an accompanying "Materia Medica" which shows the uses, history and harvesting needs of each plant on the map. This will make the garden more "user friendly" to anyone who stops by.
We are also ready for the next stage of development -- to make these
powerful herbs available to the community while supporting the mission
of The Lord's Acre. Currently we are considering a free clinic and dispensary.
Check out The Lord's Acre Website for more information
The Lord's Acre Medicinal Herb Garden
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