The Forager's Path - School of Botanical Studies

2019 – 2020 Course Schedule

Medicinal Plant Walk at the
Michael Moore Native Medicinal Plant Garden

I feel honored to have the opportunity to share this recently-created garden with the public.
Michael was a huge influence in my training and development as an herbalist. His contributions to the field of herbal medicine continue to help and influence this community.

Where:
Tucked between the administration and anthropology buildings at the Museum of Northern Arizona

When:
10:00am, Saturday, May 25

The walk is an activity of the Flagstaff chapter of the Arizona Native Plant Society.
There is no charge for admission to the plant walk.

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Eat Your Greens – Foraging Workshop at the
Museum of Northern Arizona

Date: August 17, 2019; 9:00 am-noon
Cost: $25 Member/$35 Non-Member
Instructor: Mike Masek
Location: Museum of Northern Arizona

Details & Itinerary:
Local wild food expert, Mike Masek, will share the principles of foraging that guided our hunter-gatherer ancestors and connect these ideas to wild greens commonly found in the Flagstaff area each summer.

Information shared includes the botanical name, plant ID tips, where to find the plant on your own, nutritional content, quick and easy recipes and safety issues.

This is a hands-on plant walk with many opportunities to taste the local wild greens.

Participants should bring a water bottle, hat, sunscreen, good walking shoes, camera and notebook.

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Advanced Topics in Herbal Medicine 2019

The course meets over three weekends and addresses topics geared for people who have previous training and experience in healing and working with herbs. It covers several topics that are key to health in the modern world such as:

*Pain & Inflammation
“Arizona Herbal medicine” “Durango Herbal medicine” “Albuquerque Herbal medicine” “Sedona herbal medicine” “Denver Herbal medicine” “Boulder, Colorado Herbal medicine” “Phoenix herbal medicine” “Colorado herbal medicine” “Las Vegas herbal medicine” “Prescott herbal medicine” “Flagstaff herbal medicine” “Oak Creek Canyon” “New Mexico herbal medicine”
*Heart & Circulatory Health

*Brain Function & Memory

*Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity & the Role of Carbohydrates

*Leaky Gut Syndrome & Food Intolerances

*Guidance in Herbal Consultations for the Community Herbalist

Details are available here.

When: This program meets over three different weekends:
August 24-25
September 14-15
October 12-13

Time: 9:00 – 3:30
Where: Near Flagstaff, Arizona
Cost:
$495 for the three weekend (6 days) program.

Contact the school if you would like to register for this course. Some previous training and experience is necessary and a brief phone interview is done to ensure proper placement for this program.

After you have contacted the school and been accepted into this program, click the button below to pay for the course.

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Herbal Skin Care Workshop

Join us for this informative class that shows you how to make:
-skin lotion
-healing salve
-herbal oil
in your own kitchen.

These herb-based skin care products and techniques have been used for 20+ years in my own herbal practice. Using only the best quality ingredients, these products surpass any available off the store shelf.

Each participant will take home a small container of the lotion and salve made during the workshop.

Date: Saturday, January 18, 2020
Time: 9:30 – noon
Location: Flagstaff, directions will be emailed to you after registration
Cost $35
Click the button below to pay for this workshop

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After payment is made, you will be re-directed to a workshop registration page. Once your registration information is received, directions to the workshop location will be emailed to you.

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10 Month Foundations of Herbal Medicine for 2020

“Arizona Herbal medicine” “Durango Herbal medicine” “Albuquerque Herbal medicine” “Sedona herbal medicine” “Denver Herbal medicine” “Boulder, Colorado Herbal medicine” “Phoenix herbal medicine” “Colorado herbal medicine” “Las Vegas herbal medicine” “Prescott herbal medicine” “Flagstaff herbal medicine” “Oak Creek Canyon” “New Mexico herbal medicine”

A Flagstaff-based course in Community Herbalism, emphasizing (but not limited to) bio-regional healing plants from the Verde Valley up though the higher elevations around Flagstaff. The focus of the summer Colorado trip is plants from 9,000′ – 12,000′ and goes above treeline.

A brief over view of the topics introduced include:
Botany – Plant Chemistry – Anatomy – Physiology – Solvents & Polarity – Body Systems – Traditional Chinese Medicine – Ayurveda – Energetics from the Western Herbal perspective – Herbal Pharmacy – Materia Medica – Nutrition & Diet – Foraging – Wildcrafting – Minerals

The group meets in Flagstaff, one weekend a month from February through November with additional dates and regional travel in June, July and August.
Details are here
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