Samara School of Community Herbalism is rooted in bioregional medicine and community health. The school will begin in early Winter 2019 and will focus on reclaiming our connection to plant medicine through kitchen medicine, local plants, medicine making techniques, and learning how to speak the language of the plants that surround us using Traditional Western Herbalism concepts. This will all be taught through an anti-colonialist, anti-culturally appropriative lens. In a city setting, it can be difficult to find places to wildcraft and harvest medicine so we will work with a local community garden, SpeakEasy Farm, to learn cultivation of medicinal herbs that are easily grown here and to have access to healthy medicine. Interested in joining us? Sign up on the newsletter for updates as they are decided!