Sat., Jan. 23 | Online Workshop

Everyday Plant Medicine Workshop

by Emily Boese (Medical Herbalist, BNatMed, RHT)
Registration is Closed
Everyday Plant Medicine Workshop

Time & Location

Jan. 23, 4:00 p.m. CST
Online Workshop

About the Event

Interested in learning about the medicinal plants that grow easily in your own backyard?  Want to learn more about how to safely and sustainably use these plant medicines with yourself and your family?

Come join Medical Herbalist Emily Boese (BNatMed, RHT) to learn:

  • What is plant medicine and what makes a plant medicinal?
  • The benefits of using plants as medicine.
  • How to use plant medicine safely and sustainability?
  • My top 10 *Must Have* plants to have on hand - all of which you can easily grow or find

Emily Boese (Bachelor of Natural Medicine, Registered Herbal Therapist) is a qualified Nutritionist and Medical Herbalist  with over a decade of experience, and currently lives in her hometown of Regina, SK.  She runs natural medicine workshops and seminars, does freelance writing for natural health companies, and maintains a clinical practice.

This is a free online workshop that can be attended by anyone who has access to a computer/tablet/smartphone with an internet connection. Our presenter will use Zoom to deliver the class. We encourage you to download and install Zoom prior to the class if you have not already done so. If you cannot access Zoom, a standard web browser will work. The Zoom link with the password will only be shared to registrants closer to the workshop date. One of our team members will be available to assist you if you need technical assistance.

Accessibility Information: We will be using “closed captioning” for this workshop. Also, our workshoper will do their best to make the content of this workshop as accessible as possible. In addition, an electronic copy of the workshop presentation will be sent to the registrants prior to the workshop date.

Please note that the workshop will run approximately two hours, followed by a Q/A session.

If you have any questions about this workshop, please send us an email at youshouldgarden@gmail.com or garden@rpirg.org

Registration is Closed

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