Join ethnobotanists and clinical herbalists Hayden Stebbins and Geraldine Lavin for a paradigm-shifting walk about the Pendle Hill grounds, learning about wild plants (and maybe mushrooms), how to identify them by family, and their edible, medicinal, or poisonous properties. We will bring what we harvest back to the kitchen and prepare a multi-course meal and tea. Bring a pen and notepad, a curious mind, and a healthy appetite!
Geraldine Lavin is the herbalist, cultivator, and intuitive artist behind Suntrap — an herbal practice encompassing an apothecary plentiful with potent medicinal plant and fungi extracts, a cultivation and wildcraft practice which supplies the apothecary, a clinical practice to get these herbs directly to the people who need them, and education to send a message of health and healing far and wide. Most recently, Geraldine completed the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine’s Full Time Clinical Herbalism program with Thomas Easley and Matthew Wood. To learn more visit www.suntrap.co.
Hayden Stebbins is an itinerant ethnobotanist, sustainable food production teacher, clinical herbalist, and amateur mycologist. Through Hayden’s Harvest, Hayden offers herbal consults specializing in chronic issues, public events, botanical surveys for properties, and foraging, botany, and mycology classes for all ages.
Click here to read more about Geraldine and Hayden’s work and backgrounds.