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Spring Greetings,

What a joy to behold the Greening of Green Comfort. As the radicals push upwards it is fun to identify the returning friends. We have seen the heralder of spring, Hepatica in bloom. Blood root is opening and flowering and I spotted Wild Ginger today. We are anxiously awaiting the return of the tree leaves which will provide our canopy once more.

We are also anxiously awaiting your arrival for Wild Food Forage, April 30. This class is great to learn to identify plants in our immediate area which can be eaten. We will gather the weeds, prepare them and then enjoy our wild food feast together.

There is a buzz growing around the upcoming First Aid and Botanical Identification, class taught by visiting herbalist, 7Song, May 11- 15. The class is filling so please reserve your spot online with a $100. Deposit for the full 5 days and nights or for a three day weekend intensive. Registration will be taken for one month April 1 – May 1, to be able to prepare for those who have committed.
Check out the full schedule of events here.
Camping is available onsite or lovely off-site log cabin available for $50. per night including breakfast.
If you have questions about lodging please feel free to contact us by email.

If you can’t attend the two spring events you might want to check out the summer, Herbal Immersion Retreat or the Native Plant Workshop.

Hope you are enjoying the Spring wherever you may be.
Cordially Yours,
Teresa

The mission of the Green Comfort School of Herbal Medicine is to educate and empower individuals to heal themselves using herbal medicine.