Gentle herbal remedies for common conditions are often found as close as the spice cabinet, the home garden, or even the lawn! Kitchen medicine connects us with herbal traditions that span human history, and helps restore deeper relationships with the plants that surround us. In this workshop we’ll explore the powerful medicinal activity of common wild species and garden favorites…
Deep ecology inspired programming
EVENTS & PROGRAMMING
Fields Without Fences offers garden tours, workshops, and presentations on permaculture, regenerative agriculture, and herbal medicine. Informed by a philosophy of deep ecology, our programs traverse the spiral web of interconnection, and reflect an authentic relationship with the natural world rooted in informed and applied practice. Check out our upcoming events detailed below, and join our mailing list to stay up to date on future offerings!
To inquire about our programming, or to schedule a workshop or event with us, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
UPCOMING EVENTS & PROGRAMS ...
A 5-Part Class Series, Thursdays, 6:30-8:30 pm - February 21st - March 21st
An introductory immersion course for budding herbalists. Have you been wanting to incorporate medicinal plants into your landscape, farm, or garden? Are you a budding herbalist looking to root deeper into your understanding of plant medicine? Not sure where to start? Join us for a five part series that will give you the guidance and know-how to begin your journey on the plant medicine path…
We’ll be joining up with Hundred Fruit Farm’s Permaculture Design Certificate program again this year as special guest teachers! For the last weekend in March we’ll be exploring the stages of the permaculture design process with hands on learning activities, adventure, and treasure hunting!
Every year we host an Annual Spring Open House event and invite our extended community out to the farm! Join us for a comprehensive farm tour exploring the complex history and permaculture design schematic of our forest garden farm. We’ll explore in-the-ground plant polycultures and the evolution of successional management within our emergent agroforestry system.