Herb Walk in the Railyard Park

Don’t miss this education class from Home Grown New Mexico next weekend.

Herb Walk in the Railyard
Saturday, May 21
10:00 to 11:30 am

Presented with the Railyard Stewards

Edible, useful, and medicinal plants can be found everywhere, all the way from the high mountains to a park in the middle of the city. Come spend some enjoyable time exploring the plants in the Railyard Park. You may be surprised at what you find! With a lively and interactive teaching style, Carole will share her knowledge about the properties of the plants in our midst, including instructions about harvesting and drying plants, making herb teas, and using plants for first aid.

Suggested donation of $10

This event will take place in the Railyard Park.  Meet at the community room near the parking lot behind SITE Santa Fe, off of Paseo de Peralta.  It is a metal corrugated building.

Carole Tashel, an avid student of the school of nature for 30 years, is still moved by the beauty, effectiveness, and revolutionary aspects of natural healing. She is an herbalist and gardener, and author of Gardening the Southwest: How to care for your land while growing food, beauty and medicine (1999).

One response to “Herb Walk in the Railyard Park

  1. Hi, friends have been telling me about your organization and recommending that I connect with you. I love what you are doing! I have 5 acres of land outside S.F. where I’ve grown a 1200 sq.ft organic vegetable garden for 15 years now and this year I added 10 chickens. I’m taking beekeeping classes with Les Crowder this summer. I’m also an artist and my art graced the cover of 2009’s Edible Magazine with an article I wrote “Garden to Canvas”. Here’s my farming blog: http://www.CatherineMolland.blogspot.com and my art website: http://www.CatherineMolland.com. Also, I own Mirage Hair Designs for 25 years where I work styling hair. My life is a 3 Apron Life: hairstyling, farming, art and it’s all creative and good!


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