urban herbology – a study of 3 local green allies

We’re reconfiguring this workshop a bit. It will be every bit as juicy, just a bit more concise. Stay tuned for updates!!

Burdock (Arctium lappa)

I’m über excited to announce this workshop series I’m co-teaching with Sokhna of MamaSutra…

Urban Herbology: A study of 3 local green allies

A weed is described as “a plant out of place.” We say, there’s no such thing!

Come explore the habits and virtues of 3 plants that grow right here in our urban environment:

red clover, burdock & dandelion.

Red clover (Trifolium pratense) courtesy Wikimedia.

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) courtesy Wildman Steve Brill.

Together we’ll discover their medicinal, culinary, cultural, spiritual & historical uses. Get a deeper understanding of our lovely green allies over the course of the growing season. Use all of your senses to enrich your relationship with these healing plants.

Email me for more details liz (at) raganella (dot) com.

Burdock root

About us

Sokhna Heathyre Mabin is a yoga teacher, doula, herbalist, performance artist & mother of 2 wild geniuses.  At the tender age of 19, Sokhna Heathyre delved into the study of plants & herbs through beer & wine making, though it was her move to NYC that truly awakened her kinship to the plant people. Sokhna is the “mama” in MamaSutra Loving Arts~an interaction of the natural life systems of yoga, herbs, art & thriving.  She handcrafts all of her herbals in her kitchen & rooftop. Contact her @ mamasokhna@gmail.com.

Liz Neves is a crafter, herbalist, permaculturist, and compost-turner living as close to earth’s natural rhythms as possible in the heart of the urban environment. She’s the creator of Raganella’s Botanical Solutions, a line of body care goods and herbal remedies – all handcrafted with love in her home. When she’s not creating, you can find Liz exploring the nooks and crannies of Prospect Park. (And sometimes on twitter & facebook, @raganella7.)


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